‘Anti-Discrimination Act’ needed to secure rights of indigenous, dalit and other marginalised communities

2023-09-25T16:21:43+06:00August 28th, 2019|

It is the high time for the government, to pass an ‘Anti-Discrimination Act’ to ensure the right-based development of the plain-land indigenous, dalit and other marginalised communities. It is often found that these communities are not properly incorporated in various national censuses.

Plain-land Adivasi & Dalit youths are deprived of public services

2023-09-24T18:17:44+06:00August 27th, 2019|

Youth of the marginalised groups, such as plain-land Adivasi and Dalit community, are deprived of getting access to public services required for education and skill development. It will require special attention from policymakers and public service providers to enhance their facilities and to improve their condition with a view to prepare them for employment.

National Convention 2018: Ensuring the rights of Dalits and Plain land Adibashis

2018-11-19T16:47:38+06:00November 19th, 2018|

In a statement Dr Gowher Rizvi, International Affairs Advisor to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of Bangladesh, said, "To achieve Sustainable Development Goals-SDGs by 2030, we all have to move forward together. And for this reason, we will have to acknowledge Dalits and indigenous people."

Media Fellowship Announced to Promote Dalit and Adibashi Rights Issues

2018-10-04T12:23:37+06:00October 4th, 2018|

A media fellowship has been announced by HEKS/EPER for working print and broadcast journalists on 2nd October 2018 to encourage journalists to promote Dalit and plainland Adibashi rights issues. At a workshop on ‘Rights of the Dalits and Plainland Adibashis: Role of the Media’ organized by HEKS/EPER and Creative Media Ltd. (CML) at Dhaka Reporters Unity (DRU), HEKS/EPER announced the ‘Journalist Fellowship Programme’.

Community Media Fellowship – Rural Youth & Youth Women Have Become Change Makers

2018-09-04T11:15:14+06:00August 8th, 2017|

Being a member of the fishermen community; Rinki Rani Das has witnessed the struggles and challenges of the community as the sufferer. Although it was absent in her thought that [...]

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