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Impact of Repression of Trade Unions on Working Conditions: A Bangladesh Perspective

Ezaz, Washik Muhammod Istiaq LU (2018) JAMM07 20171
Department of Law
Faculty of Law
Abstract
The focal quest of this research is to find whether the repression of trade unions is the proximate cause of inability to improve conditions of work in RMG sector of Bangladesh. This research goes deep with several corresponding quests on inquiring about the international obligation of Bangladesh to protect trade union, the scope of international legal system that offered its advice, trade union’s influence to ensure compliance, the current status of working conditions and existing legal challenges and finally to find the ways to improve existing status by understanding the unique features of this particular sector in Bangladesh. To know the answer, it will be compared with Vietnam and Cambodia’s RMG industry. Furthermore, the study... (More)
The focal quest of this research is to find whether the repression of trade unions is the proximate cause of inability to improve conditions of work in RMG sector of Bangladesh. This research goes deep with several corresponding quests on inquiring about the international obligation of Bangladesh to protect trade union, the scope of international legal system that offered its advice, trade union’s influence to ensure compliance, the current status of working conditions and existing legal challenges and finally to find the ways to improve existing status by understanding the unique features of this particular sector in Bangladesh. To know the answer, it will be compared with Vietnam and Cambodia’s RMG industry. Furthermore, the study explores more whether the trade union activism and collective bargaining can ensure safe working condition in the RMG industry or not. (Less)
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author
Ezaz, Washik Muhammod Istiaq LU
supervisor
organization
course
JAMM07 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Bangladesh, Trade Union, Working Condition, Bangladesh Labour Act, EPZ, Freedom of Association, ILO, UN, Dhaka, Washik, Labour Rights, South Asia, H & M, Vietnam, Cambodia, Sweden
language
English
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8962366
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2018-10-29 08:47:14
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2018-10-29 08:47:14
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  abstract     = {The focal quest of this research is to find whether the repression of trade unions is the proximate cause of inability to improve conditions of work in RMG sector of Bangladesh. This research goes deep with several corresponding quests on inquiring about the international obligation of Bangladesh to protect trade union, the scope of international legal system that offered its advice, trade union’s influence to ensure compliance, the current status of working conditions and existing legal challenges and finally to find the ways to improve existing status by understanding the unique features of this particular sector in Bangladesh. To know the answer, it will be compared with Vietnam and Cambodia’s RMG industry. Furthermore, the study explores more whether the trade union activism and collective bargaining can ensure safe working condition in the RMG industry or not.},
  author       = {Ezaz, Washik Muhammod Istiaq},
  keyword      = {Bangladesh,Trade Union,Working Condition,Bangladesh Labour Act,EPZ,Freedom of Association,ILO,UN,Dhaka,Washik,Labour Rights,South Asia,H & M,Vietnam,Cambodia,Sweden},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Impact of Repression of Trade Unions on Working Conditions: A Bangladesh Perspective},
  year         = {2018},
}