Bomsa Demands Protecting Women Migrants
Bangladeshi Ovhibashi Mohila Sramik Association (BOMSA), a grassroots women migrant organization on Monday demanded including women in the decision making process and also called for protection of women migrant workers of the country.
Marking the International Women’s Day, BOMSA leaders formed a human chain in front of National Press Club and raised their demands
Women leaders women rights activists and women returnee migrant workers who took part in the human chain called for establishing the equal rights for all women in every sphere of life.
They urged the government to ratify the ILO convention 189 and 190 to ensure decent works and build a society free from gender based violence
Some returnee women migrants said that women migrants should be sent broad after giving them proper training abould food habits of the destination countries.
BOMSA chairman Lily Jahan, BOMSA general secretary Sheikh Ruman, BOMSA officials Probir Kumar Biswas, among others, attended the human chain.