Month: May 2019

Migrant Labor

Quarter of a Million Rohingya Face a Choice: Saudi Jail or a Massacre in Myanmar

Hanif Hasan is a 25-year-old Rohingya Muslim living in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. He has been unemployed for two years and hasn’t left home for a month, fearing arrest. “It’s hard even to breathe here,” Hasan says. “Every moment feels like it might be the last.” On November 15, the Saudi Interior Ministry launched a plan to supervise […]

Bangladesh UAE

Reforming the Manpower Export Sector is Necessary to Retain Expatriate Remittance Inflow

Overcoming a bunch of obstacles, the dreamy journeyof migrant workers starts from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka. The economy of Bangladesh and prosperity of Bangladesh are connected with the dream. Experts say that because of the reason reform in manpower export sector is necessary to make this dream journey irresistible. Manpower export in several countries including UAE has […]