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.

Human Rights Monitoring

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

Political Violence

Political Violence

January-November 2017

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Border Violence

Border Violence

January-November 2017

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Death by Law Enforcing 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-November 2017

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Violence Against Children
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Press Statement

Public announcement made from a Mosque at Kushtia prohibiting women from going to crop field
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Two Bangladeshi Citizens shot dead by BSF at Rajshahi: ASK condemns and expresses grave concern
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Ain o Salish Kenra (ASK) condemns the attack on female students of Rajshahi Institute of Health Technology (RIHT) by Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL)
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ASK’s Article

A sense of fear prevails

A sense of fear prevails

ASK's Opinion 2017 paints a grim picture of human rights in the country Hindu families, whose houses were burnt and vandalised at Thakurpara village of Rangpur, form human chains on Dinajpur-Dhaka highway demanding justice …

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Events

Human Rights Day 2017- 70th Anniversary of Universal Human Rights Declaration
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Dialogue with the Journalists and Human Rights Defenders - "Working together for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights"

Dialogue with the Journalists and Human Rights Defenders - "Working together for the Promotion and Protection of Human Rights"

“Journalism is more challenging for the female members. I have experience in crime reporting where I had to face the gender biasness and disparity. Still women are harassed in working place either verbally or other way. I think in rural area things are worse compared to urban area” Nahid Tonmoy a Dhaka based journalist shared her thoughts and experience as …

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