UN-REDD Bangladesh National Programme marked the selection of CSO and IP representative institutions for its Programme Executive Board
Mar 22, 2016
With the mandate of ensuring the full and active engagement of national Ethnic Minorities (EMs)/Indigenous People (IP) institutions and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the programme management structures, UN-REDD Bangladesh National Programme facilitated back to back meetings with the respective representative institutions on 22 - 23 March 2016.The management structures targeted are - the Programme Executive Board (PEB) and the REDD Stakeholder Forum (RSF), a proposed national multi-stakeholder platform.
Key for a House, Key to some Dreams
Mar 13, 2016
They had spent weeks out there. They did not have any ‘house’ to go back to. Farida Yeasmin, a 19 year-old young mother, had just given birth to her third child when the flood of 2015, followed by Tropical Storm Komen, forced her and her family to move out of their makeshift home and onto the streets.
UZGP helps boost UZP Committees
Jan 3, 2016
A one-day orientation supported by Upazila Governance Project (UZGP) under Local Government Division (LGD) has helped boost Upazila Committees in running its businesses efficiently and effectively.
Report on: Youth Interactive Session on Ending Violence Against Women
Dec 8, 2015
This report outlines the objectives and background, as well as summarizes the discussions and outcomes of the Youth Interactive Session on ending Violence Against Women held on 8 December, 2015 at the National Human Rights Commission, 13th Floor, Sahid Sangbadik Salin Parvin Sarak, Dhaka.
Success through Coordination: Harmonizing Laws in the Chittagong Hill Tracts
Apr 9, 2015
In addition to its mountainous terrain and extensive ethnic diversity, the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) is unique to Bangladesh due to its complex layer of administrative arrangements.
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Seventh International Conference on Community-based Adaptation (CBA) Closing
Apr 25, 2013
Statement by Pauline Tamesis, Country Director, UNDP Bangladesh
Exploring Good Practices on Human Rights Advocacy and Applying Human Rights Based Approach (HRBA)
UNDP’s Human Rights Programme (HRP), organized a workshop titled “Mapping of Human Rights Good Practices of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Applications of HRBA” at Daily Star Bhaban, Dhaka. Around 27 representatives from national and local level CSOs participated in the workshop. The aim was twofold - to promote application of HRBA and to better understand locally used human rights advocacy tools and identify existing gaps.