Motivated by the transformative and inclusive characteristics of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a group of individuals has taken the initiative to establish the Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh. Their primary aim is to actively contribute to the achievement of SDGs and enhance accountability throughout the implementation process. The platform functions as a collaborative network, bringing together civil society organizations, private sector actors, and government agencies, all dedicated to addressing the needs of disadvantaged groups and communities across the country, thereby fostering greater societal progress and sustainable development.


The Platform offers an opportunity to monitor the advancement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) delivery, raise awareness among policymakers about the challenges in implementation, enhance transparency in the implementation process, and foster the exchange of information and coordination among individuals and organizations dedicated to SDG initiatives in Bangladesh. Additionally, the Platform facilitate collaboration among relevant stakeholders, enabling them to work towards the betterment of underprivileged communities, such as ethnic groups and people with disabilities, with a particular focus on achieving SDG 16.


দরিদ্রতা দূরীকরণ ও কর্মসংস্থান সৃষ্টিতে অবদান রাখছে বগুড়ার শেরপুরের কল্যাণী গ্রামের মৃৎশিল্প: পিছিয়ে পড়া পাল সম্প্রদায়ের জীবনমানের উন্নতি

July 10th, 2024|

মৃৎশিল্প এই এলাকার অর্থনৈতিক উন্নয়নে ভূমিকা রাখার পাশাপাশি দরিদ্রতা দূরীকরণ ও কর্মসংস্থান সৃষ্টিতেও অবদান রাখছে। এ কারণে, উপজেলা সদর থেকে কল্যাণী পর্যন্ত রাস্তা পাকাকরণসহ সরকারি নানা সুবিধা প্রদান করা হয়েছে

Adaptive Practices of the CSOs in Challenging Times: Learnings from Cross-country Experiences

March 7th, 2024|

On 4 March 2024, Citizen’s Platform in partnership with The Asia Foundation organised a roundtable discussion on 'Adaptive Practices of the CSOs in Challenging Times: Learnings from Cross-country Experiences'. Dr Nicola Nixon, Senior Director of Governance, The Asia Foundation (TAF) shared key findings and recommendations from a cross-country study on civic space, with a focus on South and Southeast Asian nations.