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NGO Report 1.1--The Awaj Foundation with Nazma Akter
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Publish-date-icon July 9, 2015
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I was very honored to spend some time speaking with Nazma Akter about her life, work and the future for Bangladeshi garment workers--particularly women. She has dedicated her life to improving the working and living conditions for workers in Bangladesh as a labor organizer and Executive Director of the Awaj Foundation. In part one of my interview, Nazma talks about what it was like to start working in a factory when she was 11 years old. We also hear about her experiences protesting for improved working conditions despite being attacked by hired factory "goons."

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