We emphasizes that all domestic work has dignity as it is an indirect participation towards the growth of economy and contributes to the quality of life. BNSK stands for personal dignity of each domestic worker.DETAILS
We works towards justice for all women workers, for their recognition as ‘workers’, for legislation for women workers and for public awareness of their dignity and their rights.DETAILS
Bangladesh Nari Sramik Kendro (BNSK) is an association of marginalized women workers registered with Department/Directorate of Women Affairs under Ministry of Women and Children Affairs. It is an organization of poor, self-employed women workers. These are women who earn a living through their own labor or small businesses/enterprises. They do not obtain regular salaried employment with welfare benefits like workers in the formal/organized sector. They are the unprotected labor force of our country. Constituting 93% of the labor force, these are workers of the informal/unorganized sector. Of the female labor force in Bangladesh like other countries of SAARC more than 94% are in the informal/unorganized sector. However their work is not counted and hence remains invisible. In fact, women workers themselves remain uncounted, under counted and invisible.
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