Migrant Workers 'Shouldn't Have to Be Tortured to Have Work'

September 28, 2014

Three times each month, dozens of women gather in dusty courtyards in rural towns in Manikganj, Dinazpur or other districts across Bangladesh to learn all they can about the only means by which they can support their families: migrating to another country for work.

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