This article explores the ordeals of returnee female domestic migrant workers of Bangladesh to find out ways help formulate policies by the government. A study has been conducted based on primary and secondary sources. It finds that all types of tortures, including physical, sexual, setting them on afire, forcibly cutting their hair, and hit and falls from rooftop, has to be faced by the women migrant workers. The Bangladeshi female migrant workers have to work for 16-18 hours in a day. They are made untimely repatriation to Bangladesh without pay blaming them for theft or such other false allegations. This study suggests enforcing proper laws and policies strictly, and proper agreements between the sending and destination countries to stop such ordeals.
Haque, Md. Mahamudul
"Ordeals of Returnee Bangladeshi Migrant Women Domestic Workers,"
Future Journal of Social Science: Vol. 2:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/fjss/vol2/iss2/2
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