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Starving for Justice: Bangladeshi garment workers in a 'Post-Rana Plaza' world
(© 2015 International Labor and Working-Class History, Inc., 2015)
On the afternoon of August 2, 2014, I walked into Hossain Market, one of the many nondescript multistoried buildings lining the commercial thoroughfare in Uttor Badda, Dhaka. I had gone to show solidarity with hunger-striking ...
Bangladesh: Class, precarity and the politics of care
(© 2017 Taylor and Francis., 2017-01-01)
Before rana plaza: towards a history of labour organizing in Bangladesh’s garment industry
(© 2016 Taylor and Francis., 2016-01-01)
Bangladesh: women and labour activism
(© 2008, Routledge., 2008)
Globalisation, migration and knowledge generation: a study on higher education institutions in Bangladesh
(© 2018 Springer, Singapore, 2018-10-02)
There has been a marked transformation in the pattern of international migration since the 1980s, a shift of highly skilled migrants from developed to developing countries leading to brain gain from brain drain for the ...
Socio-economic vulnerability and neo-liberalism: lessons from Bangladesh
(© 2009, Sage Publication, UK, 2009-11-01)
Based on a case study of an export-oriented Bangladeshi garment company, this article shows how hierarchies of vulnerability have developed in the process of global integration of Bangladesh’s garment industry. Situating ...