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Human Rights Report is a regular annual publication of ASK. The report provides analytical review of human rights situation of the year. It reviews abuses of human rights not only in the light of the guarantees of the constitution of Bangladesh but also of the international standards embodied in various international legal instruments.In addition to presenting information and analysis on human rights violations by state and non-state actors, the report describes citizen’s action in preventing and promoting human rights.

Hr Report Bangla 2009
Editor:
Sultana Kamal
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Human Rights in Bangladesh 2010 (Bangla)
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Hr Report Bangla 2009
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Sultana Kamal
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Human Rights in Bangladesh 2009 (Bangla)
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  Human Rights in Bangladesh 2009
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Sultana Kamal
Published: 2010
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Editor:
Sara Hossain
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Human Rights in Bangladesh 2008 (Bangla)
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Sara Hossain
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Human Rights in Bangladesh 2008 (English)
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  Human Rights in Bangladesh 2007
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Sara Hossain and Dina M Siddiqi Published: 2008
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Editors:  Hameeda Hossain  and  Sara Hossain

Published: 2006

Human Rights in Bangladesh 2006
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Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2005
03 Human Rights in Bangladesh 2000 provides an annual audit of the situation of human rights. Based on information collated from official documents, court judgements and newspaper scans, each chapter identifies the nature of violations and interventions by the state and society. The volume also looks at resources of citizens’ activism to combat the violations.
Published in 2006
Price: 280
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2004
03 Human Rights in Bangladesh 2004 is not only an inventory of abuses of human rights but also tries to identify the reasons for a socio-political development that tends to exclude a majority of citizens from a meaningful participations.
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Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2003
03 Human Rights in Bangladesh 2003 is not only an inventory of abuses of human rights but also tries to identify the reasons for a socio-political development that tends to exclude a majority of citizens from a meaningful participations.
Page: 268
Price: 250
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2002
03 Human Rights in Bangladesh 2002 is not only an inventory of abuses of human rights but also tries to identify the reasons for a socio-political development that tends to exclude a majority of citizens from a meaningful participations.
Page: 337
Price: 290
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2001
04 For the first time, the Bangla edition of ‘Human Rights in Bangladesh 2001‘ has been publishe d under the title Manobodhikar Bangladesh 2001.
Published in 2002
Price: 250
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2001
05 Human Rights in Bangladesh 2001 reviews the implications of the political system in Bangladesh for the rights of citizens and their opportunities for participation. The analyses further draws links between corruption and human rights. It is a useful compendium in compiling examples of violations of human rights committed by both state and non-state actors, and the weakness of the state in combating these during an election year. It also points to the many avenues of citizens’ activism to deter immediate violations and to restrain their systemic causes.
Published in 2002
Price: 260
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 2000
06 Human Rights in Bangladesh 2000 provides an annual audit of the situation of human rights. Based on information collated from official documents, court judgements and newspaper scans, each chapter identifies the nature of violations and interventions by the state and society. The volume also looks at resources of citizens’ activism to combat the violations.
Published in 2001
Price: 280
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 1999
07 Human Rights in Bangladesh 1999 is a very useful source book for academics and activists. It records not only the violations of human rights as reported in daily newspapers but attempts to situate them within a social and political context. The report gives an insight into the role of the three institutions of the state - the executive, judiciary and legislature in applying or promoting human rights standards. Examples of citizens’ activism to prevent violations reflect a growing public concern with the situation of violence as well as the rights of minorities and women.
Published in 2001
Price: 230
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 1998
08 In presenting a chronology of the violations of human rights, Human Rights in Bangladesh 1998, suggests the nature of systemic, institutional and cultural weaknesses which allow such transgressions to take place. It is an important source book compiling and analyzing data that reflects upon the situation of human rights in Bangladesh.
Published in 1999
Price: 300
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 1997
09 Human Rights in Bangladesh 1997 presents an in-depth documentation of violations of human rights by state agencies during the year. its incisive evidence of the negligence of the state in deterring violations by non-state actors point to the causes for lapses in the rule of law in Bangladesh.
Published in 1998
Price: 225
Human Rights in Bangladesh, 1996
Human Rights in Bangladesh 1996 provides a systematic analysis of the violation of human rights in Bangladesh. Based on newspaper reports, fact-finding investigations and eye witness accounts, it explains how the impediments to democratic institutions and practice, as well as the rule of law have undermined the promotion of constitutional and human rights. This book is a collective exercise undertaken for the first time by three human rights organizations.
Published in 1997
Price: 250