No talk of labour export is ever complete without first establishing worker safety.
As one of the largest exporters of labour globally, Bangladesh relies quite heavily on the remittance.
Earned by our hard-working men and women overseas.
Thus far, Bangladesh has relied on Gulf Nations that fall under the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.
An Umbrella in terms of exporting both of skilled and unskilled labour.
It has been a long time coming that we started to expand our horizons to that end.
Which is why Romania’s recent expression of interest in importing labour from our nation is so timely.
At present, Bangladesh’s representation in the European labour market is nowhere near.
With pockets of workers spread out across nations such as Italy, Greech, Serbia, and a few other nations.
If Romania’s interest in our labour force bears fruit, this could be the first real step in remedying.
But no real talk of labour export is ever complete without first establishing worker safety.
Our migrant workers, mostly in the Gulf countries, already endure far too much abuse at the hands.
Of their foreign employers, and our toothless international bureaucracy bears the brunt of the blame.
For failing to protect our fellow countrymen.
If Romania’s interest can indeed be harnessed as a gateway for our migrant workers into the European.
The matter of safety and security need to be prioritized above everything else.
Given just how much these men and women have to sacrifice for the development of their own nation.
The authorities concerned really need to step up its support for migrant workers who work tirelessly.
With recent news of Germany getting ready to recruit 400,000 skilled workers each year.
Now is as good a time as any for Bangladesh to establish itself as the de facto nation for labour export.
Now that this victory has a cricket loving nation such as Bangladesh to not do so, particularly because.
From the results, it shows that these women are more than ready to take their game to the next level.
The people too have a part to play, by supporting these athletes who put their heart.
And soul into playing this game while representing our country.
Globally, women’s sports have always taken a backseat to the men’s, not just in termscof the disparity.
In pay, but also in opportunities, training, and overall exposure.
If we want to break away from this unpleasant narrative, then now is the opportune moment to invest.
Our female athletes, not just cricket, but across all sports.