Bangladesh battles sexual bullying

Widespread "eve-teasing" blamed for rising dropout rate for schoolgirls in South Asian nation.

    In Bangladesh, "eve-teasing” is a somewhat innocent name given to sexual harassment. But the illegal practice is becoming a greater problem as more girls start to go to school and women work outside the home.
     
    Because of sexual bullying, the school dropout rate for girls is higher than ever. Nicolas Haque reports from a school in the country's capital, Dhaka.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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