Grassroots organisation Ovibashi Karmi Unnayan Program (OKUP) will be joining us live from Bangladesh to discuss how we work together to protect and empower migrant workers.
Many Bangladeshis, particularly women, migrate to the Middle East to work. Many of these migrants face exploitation and abuse at the hands of employers and recruitment agents.
Find out more about OKUP’s essential work, supported by CAFOD and the EU, to strengthen justice mechanisms for migrant workers and how they are working to end labour trafficking, forced labour and slavery.
Shakirul’s father was a migrant worker. He used to work in Malaysia in
construction company since mid 1980s. Shakirul joined in the development
sector and started working on migrants’ rights and dignity from his commitment
to bring change in...