Journal of Social and Political

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Published: 26 June 2020

Female Garment Workers’ in Bangladesh: Violence, Gender and HIV/AIDS

Shakeel Mahmood

University of Newcastle, Australia

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10.31014/aior.1991.03.02.190

Pages: 550-563

Keywords: Female garment workers’, STIs/HIV, violence, gender, power, Bangladesh

Abstract

This research contributes to the social science-oriented disciplinary and interdisciplinary epistemology and corresponding policy practices of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention in female garment workers’ (FGWs), who work in the garment factories of Dhaka City, Bangladesh. According to National Violence against Women Survey report (2015) Bangladeshi women recognised the workplace as the second furthermost place to experience violence then household. Empowering FGWs through formal health education on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV is essential and includes the prevention of workplace violence (WPV) and requires further training of their intimate partners’ regarding violence (IPV). Structural reforms within legislation are essential for preventing violence in factories. Bangladesh Garment Factory Owners Association (BGMEA) should run explicit programmes on sexual harassment, including WPV and IPV training.

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