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Democracy turning to Autocracy

Publié 9 août 2014 no picture Md.Mazharul Islam

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Bangladesh is a country that has a long history and sacrifice of millions of Freedom Fighters who died to see an Independent Bangladesh. But after 43 years of liberation and war, we are still struggling to establish our rights in every sectors. Political conflict and violence regarding the Government Showdown, 1000s of innocent victims have died. Bangladesh is like a gold mine. We have the world's largest beaches. We could be a heaven for investors. But until now we are leading...


Using Human Right Issues to Political platform

Publié 10 juillet 2014 no picture Md.Mazharul Islam

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In Bangladesh, human rights have been humiliated in every step of our lives in Bangladesh. Minorities human rights issues have been created by politicians in Bangladesh to get advantages in election platforms. Now where are the topics? In developing countries like Bangladesh peoples are not concerned about their freedom of speech, or choice. Mostly women's and children's are effected mostly in these cases. To educate people, youths have to do a lot for their communities. Youth ar...


Let's Get Some Information on Bangladesh!

Publié 21 mai 2014 no picture arif hossain

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Bangladesh faces high poverty and child undernutrition rates, which are exacerbated by frequent natural disasters and high population density. The proportion of the population living under the poverty line came down from 49 percent in 2000 to 31.5 percent in 2010 as a result of consistent economic and remittance growth (Household Income and Expenditure Survey HIES 2010). However, due to high overall population, the absolute number of people living in poverty remains high, with 48 m...


Child labour in Bangladesh! Let's fight back!

Publié 9 mai 2014 Avatar Ann Naser Nabil

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Yesterday I was surfing the net about child labour in Bangladesh! There I found something interesting! I found a site totally based on child labour and human rights. Now I am sharing some of it's articles! Here's some points about child labour in Bangladesh: 1) Child labour is a common sign in development countries like Bangladesh. Most of the children are doing their jobs in unhealthy conditions to earn. He is supposed to go to school at this time. But they cannot do it in poverty. In Dhaka Ci...


Gender Discrimination in Bangladesh: Beyond Writing!

Publié 8 mai 2014 Avatar Ann Naser Nabil

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Discrimination & Beyond! Discrimination means the ability to make or find out the difference to sensitivity, judgment, of something in our daily life. There is a lot of discrimination that happens around us. Discrimination also occurs in many countries. Each country itself has its own discrimination. There are many types of discrimination such as gender, age, race, and many more. The one that we want to focus on is is gender discrimination. In our opinion, gender discrimination is when men o...


A Day in 100 Snaps (Photo Essay on Child Labor in Bangladesh)

Publié 7 mai 2014 Avatar Ann Naser Nabil

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Through this video Umme Mahbuba has tried to visualize a regular day of a domestic child worker in Bangladesh. However, it does not represent all the domestic child labors of this country as most of the scenarios and situations of child labor in Bangladesh is worst than this.


Water in Crisis - Spotlight on Bangladesh

Publié 7 mai 2014 Avatar Ann Naser Nabil

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The WHO estimates that 97% of the people of Bangladesh have access to water and only 40% percent have proper sanitation. With a staggering 60% of the population that has to endure unsafe drinking water, the nation is in danger. The availability of this water greatly fluctuates throughout the year as the warmer season brings massive amounts of water in frequent monsoons and the cooler season brings drought. The infrastructure cannot adequately deal with the barrage of water in monsoon season so t...


Poverty Should Not Define You

Publié 22 novembre 2013 no picture Sayyidmohammed16

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There is no denying the fact that there is poverty in the world. It is an inevitable fact that people around the world must suffer because they have no money to sufficiently live on. Children in some places like Bangladesh have to go to work because they are the primary breadwinner in there family. Their parents don't even earn enough in order to maintain a family. The simple solution is to not let poverty define us. We must not tell ourselves that because we are poor that we wil...