Posts Tagged ‘ domestic help ’

Children like yours

October 3, 2012
Hasna Begum
Children like yours

It was Shahana’s first trip abroad. Shahana was a 10th-grader at an English medium school in Dhaka, and she was part of a student exchange program that had been jointly established by her school and a partner school in New York City.
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Just a little respect

January 14, 2011
Ramya Sarma
Just a little respect

It happens more than you would expect. Every now and then the newspapers carry a report on how a ‘domestic worker’ – as they oh-so-politically correctly put it – has been abused by her or his employers. For the most part, these unfortunate individuals tend to be young, distressingly so, and either far from...
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