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9789388326711 64227ea357ec86832315250f Uncertain Journeys: Labour Migration from South Asia https://www.bookishsanta.com/s/63fe03d26a1181c480898883/64227ea457ec868323152539/book-speaking-tiger-18043009138854.jpg The essays in Uncertain Journeys: Labour Migration from South Asia document the price people pay to earn a dignified livelihood, as well as the joy and pain of distance employment. They [ ] help us to understand the labour migrant from South Asia as a human being, and not a mere remittance machine for the family or a precious foreign-exchange earner for the home country. From the introduction by A.S. Panneerselvan The topic of labour migration appears constantly in the media, but too often, the issues take precedence over the people involved the migrant workers who leave Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, to work long hours in precarious situations across the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Here, eleven journalists explore the lived realities of migrant workers from South Asia their aspirations, fears and dreams; how global forces determine their freedom; how they navigate the policies that attempt to regulate their lives; and their hopes for a better future which carry them through years of unrelenting toil. Uncertain Journeys 9789388326711
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The essays in Uncertain Journeys: Labour Migration from South Asia document the price people pay to earn a dignified livelihood, as well as the joy and pain of distance employment. They [ ] help us to understand the labour migrant from South Asia as a human being, and not a mere remittance machine for the family or a precious foreign-exchange earner for the home country. From the introduction by A.S. Panneerselvan The topic of labour migration appears constantly in the media, but too often, the issues take precedence over the people involved the migrant workers who leave Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, to work long hours in precarious situations across the Middle East and Southeast Asia. Here, eleven journalists explore the lived realities of migrant workers from South Asia their aspirations, fears and dreams; how global forces determine their freedom; how they navigate the policies that attempt to regulate their lives; and their hopes for a better future which carry them through years of unrelenting toil. Uncertain Journeys
Author A.S. Panneerselvan
Language English
Publisher Speaking Tiger
Pages 200
Binding Paperback