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Human Rights Monitoring

January to February 2019

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Death by Law Enforcement Agencies : January - February 2019
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ASK’s statement on the International day of the Disappeared
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Political Violence
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Violence Against Religious Minorities : January - February 2019
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Violence Against Women – Rape
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Child Killed
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Violence Against Children
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Border Violence : January - February 2019
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Press Statement

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7 Years of Sagar-Runi Murder Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Concern
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3 Shot to Death by BGB Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK)'s Condemnation
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Attack on Ahmadiyya Community in Panchagarh, 50 injured including Police : ASK's Concern and Protest
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Fire at Chawkbazar, at least 80 people died : Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) Expresses Deep Condolence
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Advocacy

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Press Conference on Chawkbazar Tragedy

Press Conference on Chawkbazar Tragedy

Press Conference on Chawkbazar Tragedy 24 February 2019 Human Rights Forum Bangladesh (HRFB) On 24 February 2019, Human Rights Forum Bangladesh (HRFB) has organised a Press Conference at the Dhaka Reporter’s Unity in order to express their deep regret and condolences towards the loss of 67 lives and several other injured persons, due to the fire from the chemical warehouses …

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Workshop Held on Reviewing Implementation of CAT in Bangladesh

Workshop Held on Reviewing Implementation of CAT in Bangladesh

Bangladesh became a party to the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment in 1998 and has enacted the Torture and Custodial Death (Prevention) Act in 2013 in line with the Convention with the country’s international human rights obligation to protect the citizens from such torture and punishments. However, it is yet to submit its …

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Fact Finding

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Bhashantek Slum Eviction Case

Bhashantek Slum Eviction Case

According to the fact findings done by the ASK representatives, when they reached the place of incident, all the temporary shops and slums that were situated from Road No.3 to the entrance to the Dhamalkoat area, were demolished and subsequently evicted. The ASK representatives interviewed few of the slum dwellers who had their small business and shops in the area. According to the evicted victims

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Publication

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Annual Report 2017 : ASK
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Post-Rape Legal Battle