Migration and education : Child migrants in Bangladesh

@inproceedings{Giani2006MigrationAE,
  title={Migration and education : Child migrants in Bangladesh},
  author={Laura Giani},
  year={2006}
}
  • Laura Giani
  • Published 2006
The paper examines the rural-urban migration patterns of children who move to Dhaka city, Bangladesh, either on their own or with their parents. It explores the consequences that the migration process driven by economic and social reasons has on children’s education. The paper is based on a critical review of the available literature on child labour in Bangladesh and of academic studies on child labour migration. The findings of this work show that the inter-links between migration and… CONTINUE READING

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