BLLF

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BLLFBonded Labour Liberation Front (Pakistan)
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Bonded Labour Liberation Front Pakistan ralled from The Mall to Lahore Press Club.
The Bonded Labour Liberation Front Pakistan staged a rally on The Mall that was attended by thousands of brick kiln workers from all over Punjab as well as lawyers, students, trade unionists and representatives of civil society organisations.
LAHORE -- Bonded Labour Liberation Front Pakistan (BLLF) organized a rally on the Mall Road here on Wednesday May 1st.
In Lahore, rallies were taken out in various parts of the provincial capital by different organizations, students and political parties including Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarian (PPP), All Pakistan Trade Union Federation, Pakistan Workers Federation Punjab chapter, Bonded Labour Liberation Front (BLLF) and Youth Forum for Kashmir.
Ghulam Fatima of the Bonded Labour Liberation Front emphasised the need for policies to ensure legal recognition and social protection for women workers in the informal sector, she demanded of the government to introduce and implement legal requirements for an equal wage for men and women.
LAHORE -- Bonded Labour Liberation Front (BLLF) General Secretary Syeda Ghulam Fatima on Sunday lauded the PML-N government for taking concrete steps for providing protection to women and children.
Bonded Labour Liberation Front (BLLF) general secretary and labour rights activist Syeda Ghulam Fatima on Wednesday lauded the PML-N government for taking concrete steps to provide protection to women workers and kiln-children across the province.
Syeda Ghulam Fatima, human rights activist and general secretary of the Bonded Labour Liberation Front Pakistan (BLLF) said the Act seemed to be a comprehensive attempt to institute a system for regulating marriage functions to ensure objectives of austerity and simplicity.
The public response to the posts led Stanton to set up a campaign for the Bonded Labour Liberation Front charity.
Swami Agnivesh, Founder, Bonded Labour Liberation Front and World Council of Arya Samaj, former member of the Indian parliament and former chairperson of the UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery
Agnivesh works against bonded labour through the Bonded Labour Liberation Front, which he founded in 1981.
A study by the Bonded Labour Liberation Front Pakistan (BLLFP) -- a group of charities working to help the labourers - estimates 4.5 million brick kiln workers are victims of this illegal custom.