Document Type : Review


Brac University


The labour rights framework established by Bangladeshi national law and the pertinent ILO Convention legislation are examined in this legal analysis. This study's main research question is: How closely does Bangladeshi national law's labour rights framework adhere to the pertinent provisions of the ILO Convention, and how well are these rights actually upheld and promoted in daily life? The study uses a comparative approach to this research subject, looking at Bangladeshi labour law and the pertinent ILO Convention rules. It examines important topics such the right to organize, collective bargaining, the minimum wage, working conditions, and workplace health and safety. In addition, the study looks at Bangladesh's enforcement and redress systems for abuses of workers' rights. The results of this study can be used to inform conversations about strengthening the protection of workers' rights and promoting decent employment in Bangladesh.


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