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HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE TEA GARDENERS : CASE STUDY OF SELECTED GARDENS IN SYLHET

@inproceedings{Das2006HUMANRO,
  title={HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE TEA GARDENERS : CASE STUDY OF SELECTED GARDENS IN SYLHET},
  author={Tulshi Kumar Das and Zakirul Islam},
  year={2006}
}
An attempt has been made in this paper to understand the human right situation in some of the tea gardens in Sylhet.In fact, human rights of the tea gardeners as a whole are yet to be exposed in our country. This paper deals with different aspects of human right condition of the tea gardeners, focusing on some significant issues of social, economic, political and cultural life of those people.Special attention has been paid on the knowledge of the people regarding gender equity,importance of… 

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