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DALIT WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME

National Convention of BDWF

Bangladesh Dalit Women Federation (BDWF) organized an annual convention on 28 July, 2019 at CBCB, Mohammadpur, Dhaka. The objective of this convention was to share progress reports of the BDWF with its

National level advocacy

Localization of SDGs: Issues of Dalit and Excluded communities Nagorik Uddyog and BDERM organized a series of dialogues at the district level to mobilize SDGs focusing issues of Dalit and Excluded communities. On the 30th of December, 2019, a dialogue held at Rangpur titled “Sustainable… 

NU’S APPROACH FOR TRANSFORMING TRADITIONAL SHALISH

Members of the community, irrespective of social status or sex can register complaints with NU. Union level staff of NU or group members also help the community people to register their complaint with NU. NU has

Nagorik Uddyog Intervention on COVID-19 Crisis​

Nagorik Uddyog is a national level human rights and development organization established in 1995 aiming to promote social and gender justice, equality and rule of law with accountable, transparent and responsive institutions by ……

KEY FOCUS AREAS​​​​

Improving Access to Justice Through Human Rights Education and Community Mediation

Salish, a traditional alternative dispute resolution process at community level, is widely recognized in rural Bangladesh and is popular among rural poor. One of the big reasons of its popularity, community people can have easy access to Salish 

Improving rights of Dalit, Excluded and Indigenous Communities​​

NU aims to promote rights, cultural diversity and improve the quality of life of the most excluded and marginalized communities of Bangladesh, including Dalits and indigenous peoples. Around 6.5 milions of Dalit peoples in Bangladesh are facing discrimination in all aspects of life though they have a 

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Women Rights

Women remain among the most vulnerable and disempowered groups in Bangladesh. Cultural practices such as early marriage, polygamy, dowry, female seclusion, and arbitrary (oral) divorce contribute to women’s subordinate status; while religion has been used to sanction these practices. Lack of awareness of their rights coupled with deeply rooted gender inequalities seriously constrains women’s access to

Child Rights

NU has been working with working mothers’ children and school drop-out working and street children since 2013 through providing service delivery programme – informal education and skill development training – by offering day-care and drop-in centre facilities in Dhaka city. Through research study, NU found that if the children of underprivileged female workers particularly garment workers are provided day-care 

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