Monthly Archives: September 2019

Government must raise migrant labour issues in world forum

Pic: Basug Archive The government seems to have failed to work out a comprehensive plan to protect migrant worker rights in destination countries. Migrant workers routinely return home exploited and empty-handed. On an average, as an expatriates’ welfare and overseas employment ministry report says, 11 dead bodies of migrant workers return home every day. In 2019, more than 900 women workers came back home enduring physical abuse and sexual violence.

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Future of Migration & Development

Future of Migration & Development - event When?  24-09-2019 / 13:30 - 17:00 hrs Where? Migratie Museum Den Haag, Hoge Zand 42, 2512 EM Den Haag Preparation? Different creative contributions to be found on OneWorld website. Subscribe below on this page! Migration has become a hot topic in European societies. In the political and societal debate, migration and development cooperation are often associated and linked to each other. To suggest

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Government to make migration people-oriented. Controlling middlemen, curbing trafficking on the card

Ahmed Bilal, left, a citizen from the Sylhet region of Bangladesh and a survivor of a boat carrying migrants that sunk in the Mediterranean during the night of 9 and 10 May, rests with fellow survivors at a shelter in the Tunisian coastal city of Zarzis on Saturday. About sixty people perished when a boat carrying around 70 migrants sunk in the Mediterranean, Tunisian official said. — AFP photo Workers migration from Bangladesh to the destination

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