Slaves for a season bonded child labour in the dry fish industry by ThГ©rГЁse Blanchet

Cover of: Slaves for a season | ThГ©rГЁse Blanchet

Published by Save the Children Sweden-Denmark in Dhaka .

Written in English

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  • Child labor -- Bangladesh,
  • Fishery processing industries -- Bangladesh,
  • Dried fish -- Bangladesh,
  • Poor children -- Employment -- Bangladesh

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 128-129).

Book details

StatementThérèse Blanchet, Hannan Biswas, Monzur H. Dabu.
ContributionsBiswas, Hannan., Dabu, Monzur H., Save the Children Sweden Denmark--Bangladesh.
LC ClassificationsHD6247.A-ZF6752A-Z (H50)+
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 134 p. :
Number of Pages134
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24100238M
ISBN 109843236157
LC Control Number2010316711

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