English for economic development: A case study of migrant workers from Bangladesh

In this report you will find an account of language needs among workers from rural Bangladesh.

This report investigates the relationship between English language learning and economic development among workers from rural Bangladesh who emigrated to the Middle East in search of employment. It provides first-hand accounts of language and other needs of those living and working in contexts of this sort, and provides valuable insights which can feed into the design and implementation of English language education policies and programmes.

This publication is free to download below as a pdf file.

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