Dr Debapriya addressed the questions of the media on the labour market and said we still lack enough skilled labour. There are four trends in the labour market. Firstly, in agriculture, there exists a repressive culture where women are more into agriculture and they are given less wages than male farmers.
- Engaging the “Disengaged Youths” during the democratic transition in Bangladesh GalleryActionAid, Asia Foundation, Bandhu, BNNRC, BRAC, British Council, BYLC, Concern Worldwide, CPD, Democracy International, DYDF, Educo, Event, EWU Economics Club, HEKS/EPER, JAAGO, JU, Kapaeeng Foundation, Meeting, Naripokkho, NSU YEF, Oxfam, Partner, Plan International, SERAC-Bangladesh, THP, UNY SAB, World Vision, YES Foundation, YFC-BD, Youth, YPF
With the objective to empower the youth by way of establishing aspirations and expectations in the electoral domain, the Citizen's Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh is trying to give shape to a programme
Non-state actors including NGOs, think tanks, media and private sectors, in developing countries, like Bangladesh, are playing a critical role in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They are contributing in this SDG journey through prioritising development agenda, implementing the targets, monitoring the delivery and ensuring accountability in the overall process. Their contribution in the development discourse needs to be appreciated properly so that the governments and international development partners can forge a comprehensive strategy for SDG delivery.