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Human Rights Monitoring

The Tables given below are for cases collected during January to November 2018.  

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Border Violence : January-November 2018
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Death by Law Enforcement Agencies : January-November 2018
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ASK’s statement on the International day of the Disappeared
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Violence Against Hindu Community : January-November 2018
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Violence Against Women – Rape
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Child Killed
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Press Statement

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Attempt to Humiliate Barister Mainul Hosein in Court : Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Grave Condemnation
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Ain o Salish Kendra Expresses Concern on the Incidents of Mass Arrests

Ain o Salish Kendra Expresses Concern on the Incidents of Mass Arrests

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) expresses grave concern on the incidents of mass arrests surrounding political party programs. Newspaper sources report indiscriminate arrests on allegations of interruption in governmental activities, cocktail blasts, sabotage or plotting of sabotage. It has been further reported that on 7 November 2018, Dhaka Metropolitan Police and district police brought 431 persons to courts on cases …

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Two Teenagers Died During Clashes Between Two Awami League Factions: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Deep Condolence and Grave Condemnation

Two Teenagers Died During Clashes Between Two Awami League Factions: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Deep Condolence and Grave Condemnation

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) is expressing grief and deep condemnation over the incident of death of two young men, as they were hit by a pick-up during the clash between two Awami League fractions. According to media reports, on 10 November 2018 when clashes broke out between two groups of supporters seeking nomination from Awami League, two young men, …

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Couple Abducted Allegedly by DB Police: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Grave Concern

Couple Abducted Allegedly by DB Police: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Grave Concern

On 4 November 2018, a couple was abducted from Melandah, Jamalpur District by persons in guise of the Detective Branch of Police. Till now, no information about their whereabouts are known. Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) expresses grave concern. According to media reports, on 4 November 2018, a group of about 35-40 persons, which included women as well, enter the …

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Event

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Civil Society Dialogue with National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh

Civil Society Dialogue with National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) was one of the forefront organizations who had advocated for the establishment of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in Bangladesh.  After the establishment of the Commission, it continues doing advocacy with Government of Bangladesh (GoB) based on its national and international commitments for ensuring effectiveness and independence of the Commission. ASK is also a …

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ASK' Intervention

High Court issues Rule on Removal of Functioning Kidney of Patient during Surgery at BSMMU

High Court issues Rule on Removal of Functioning Kidney of Patient during Surgery at BSMMU

Writ Petition (No. 13627/2018) High Court issues Rule on Removal of Functioning Kidney of Patient during Surgery at BSMMU: On 28 August 2018, Rowshan Ara got admitted under Dr. Habibur Rahman Dulal, Professor, Department of Urology, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) Hospital, due to a complexity in her left kidney. When Rowshan Ara was undergoing her treatment on her …

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The struggles of Physically Disabled Hridoy Sarkar for admission in Dhaka University

The struggles of Physically Disabled Hridoy Sarkar for admission in Dhaka University

The struggles of Physically Disabled Hridoy Sarkar for admission in Dhaka University Hridoy Sarkar, a physically disabled young man, went to Dhaka University to give the entrance exam under the 'Kha' Unit of Faculty of Arts. It is to be noted that 17 years old Hridoy, being physically disabled, was carried into the exam venue on his mother's arms. A …

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