Labour Law

  1. Labour Law
Tea is the second-largest cash crop in Bangladesh. According to the Bangladesh Tea Board, there are 167 commercial tea estates with a total area of 2,79,506.88 acres. In 2021, Bangladesh produced the highest-ever 96.5 million kg of tea and earned 180.57 million US dollars by globally exporting 680,000 kg of tea. The people directly contributing […]
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Criminal Law
  3. Labour Law
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11-year-old Aduri, a domestic worker, was rescued in 2013 by a police inspector from a dustbin in the cantonment area in a half-conscious state with signs of torture and severe injuries throughout her body. Earlier this year a 12-year-old domestic worker named Purnima was set on fire by her employer in the city of Rangpur […]
  1. Labour Law
Since its inception, the constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh aspires to build a socialist society where every citizen would have right and opportunity to work and pursue any occupation. After forty years of independence, the aspiration remains to be just another decorating feature in the constitution. A large number of its population still strives […]
  1. Labour Law
  2. Migration Law
The field of international migration (from Bangladesh) is becoming increasingly complex. A most culpable reason behind the sufferings, and eventually a status of rightslessness, of Bangladeshi migrant workers working abroad is high recruitment costs, often unlawfully charged by the private recruiters. Another factor that pushes their plights to a level of sheer inhumaneness, is the […]

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