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documentaries
 

Title: Dalits in Bangladesh

This documentary is based on still photographs on the issue of life and agony of Dalits in Bangladesh

Length: 7 minutes

Title: Supporting the Children of Garments Workers

This documentary depcits the life and sufferings of single mother workers of garment factories and their children and NU initiative to support them

length: 6 minutes

Title: Right to Information

This documentary was produced to make people aware about the benefit of Right to Information Act 2009

length: 17 minutes

Title: Defiant Voices: Dalit of Dhaka

The documentary was developed on the urban Dalit who live in extreme discrimination in terms housing, water and sanitation and employment along with caste based discrimination

length: 6 minutes

Title: Garments Workers and Child Rights

This documentary depcits the life and sufferings of single mother workers of garment factories and their children and NU initiative to support them

length: 11 minutes

Title: Invisible Women Workers

Invisible Women workers: Women remain among the most vulnerable and disempowered groups in Bangladesh. This documentary focuses urban women worker in Dhaka City

length: 9 minutes

Title: Access to Justice through Mediation

Access to Justice Through Mediation: This documentary filmed on traditional mediation system of rural Bangladesh. NU strives to see an increase in administrative participation and stronger representative structures at the grassroots level, giving poor people improved access to justice and other social services irrespective of gender or social class.

length: 20 minutes

Title:Right to food and social security

c. Campaign for Right to Food and Social Security (RtF&SS): This documentary was filmed on to create awareness as well as an advocacy tools for promoting right to food and social security

length: 20:26 minutes











 

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