Japanese experts want policy changes to recruit unskilled workers from Bangladesh
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Dhaka, Sept. 10 -- There are discriminatory rules for skilled and unskilled workers in the new policy, said Yoshinari Katsuo, founder president and adviser of the Asian People's Friendship Society or APFS.
"Unskilled workers cannot stay more than three to five years while skilled workers can work for long time. We want unskilled workers be allowed to work for long time also," he told bdnews24.com.
Worker without diploma in Japanese language is also one of the barriers for the unskilled workers to go to Japan.
Prof Mizukami Tetsuo, dean of the College of Sociology, Rikkyo University, supported his comments.
The APFS is a human rights organisation in Japan.
As part of the requirements for the postgraduate course of the College of Socio...
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