Statistics have been collected by ASK Documentation, click on ''read more'' to see table. Please do not hesitate to email ask@citechco.net for further enquiries.

Statistics

The Tables given below are for cases collected during January to May 2017.  

Political Violence
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Border Violence
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Death by Law Enforcement Agencies
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Enforced Disappearance
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Violence Against Hindu Community
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Violence Against Women – Rape
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Child Killed

Child Killed

January-May 2017

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Violence Against Children
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Press Statements

Police blocked the procession of indigenous women in Khagrachori: Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) expressed concern
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Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) condemns the threat of Hefazat-e-Islam to leading human rights activist Sultana Kamal
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Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) expresses concern over the arson, loot in the houses of the hilly people of the Rangamati and imposing of Section 144
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ASK expresses deep concern over arrest and harassment of JU female students by police
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ASK expresses deep concern over attack on the students of JU while protesting and then detaining them by the police
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ASK condemns the removal of a sculpture installed in front of the Supreme Court and arresting the protestors.
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Press Statements by HRFB

Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) expresses concern over the arson, loot in the houses of the hilly people of the Rangamati and imposing of Section 144
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Prominent human rights activist Sultana Kamal
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ASK Fact Finding

Investigation

Massive Arson Attack on Indigenous People in Longadu, Rangamati

Date of the Incident 2 June 2017 Place of the Incident Villages- Tintilla, Manikjorchora, Baityapara, Upazila- Longadu, District – Rangamati Date of the Fact Finding 06-07 June 2017 Fact Finding Team Anirban Saha, Topote Bhattacharjee and Hasibur Rahman Incident   On 2 June 2017, Bangalee settlers unleashed a series of arson attacks on the indigenous community in Longadu upazila after …

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Event

Press Conference of HRFB condemning the massive Arson attacks in Longadu, Rangamati

Press Conference of HRFB condemning the massive Arson attacks in Longadu, Rangamati

Human Rights Forum Bangladesh (HRBF), a coalition of 19 rights organizations, demands punishment for the perpetrators responsible for the attack on indigenous people in Longadu, Rangamati and proper rehabilitation of the victims. On 14 June 2017 the Forum has organized a press conference at National Press Club to protest the arson attack on the indigenous community in Longadu of Rangamati …

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