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Supporting suffering textile workers in #Bangladesh

Bangladesh. As has been reported, in March 2020 the Dragon Sweater factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh closed down and laid off 6,000 workers, using the CoViD-19 pandemic as a pretext.

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Dragon Group workers in #Bangladesh vow to continue their fight. Global solidarity spreads

Bangladesh. On August 27th, the protesting Dragon Sweater garment workers held a meeting to decide on the next steps for their ongoing movement for the payment of their wages and benefits. Since the negotiations are not proceeding and the owners are making no concessions, they decided to take to the streets again in future dates, to be decided.

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Our lessons: the anti-apartheid mass movement in the United States – Statement by the #Bangladesh AnarchoSyndicalist Federation

Statement by the Bangladesh AnarchoSyndicalist Federation – BASF about the current uprising after cops murdered George Floyd in Minneapolis.

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#Bangladesh: Unlocked tea-workers during #lockdown

Bangladesh. On April 15, workers of Kaliti Tea Garden, held a symbolic  protest with empty cooking pots demanding their due wages of the last  twelve weeks. – Collected.

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#COVID19: Approximately twenty millions people become jobless in #Bangladesh

Employment is the main source of earning income and livelihood for most of the people of Bangladesh. Employment and poverty are closely related with each other. Poverty reduces with the augmentation in employment. Employment creates earning capacity and ensures workers entitlement on goods and services. but at the moment Covid-19 created a unexpected situation in Bangladesh.

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#COVID19: Solidarity with working women in #Bangladesh

Coronavirus. Bangladesh. The comrades of the syndicalist Bangladesh IWA section, BASF-AIT, are organizing a solidarity fundraising campaign for working women in Bangladesh. The Paris branch of the syndicalist union CNT-AIT has started a crowdfunding campaign to support the initiative.

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#Bangladesh Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation: The Growth of Anarcho-Syndicalism in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh anarchist workers’ movement is less than five years old, born out of the ashes of failed Marxism-Leninism. The author of this article recalls the antecedent period in Bangladesh history where Marxism-Leninism held hegemony. This was a time of deep faith and affection for the thought of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin, Mao Tsetung, and Trotsky. As far as the author understands, none in the movement knew of anarchism as a political ideology and would not know of it until decades later. We revered the hanging portraits of Marxist leaders, we studied their books, and we integrated discussion of their ideas into our daily lives. Our life’s pursuit was to become socialist revolutionaries.

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