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    Voilence against women

    The humble hijab courts an unnecessary controversy

    Many Muslim girls chose to wear hijabs. That choice cannot be denied unless they are violating any law or accepted norms of decency in...

    Nepal sees a hike in rights violations

    INSEC-Nepal has documented 6,285 victims of human rights violence and abuses in 2021. There were 5,163 cases of women and 560 cases of men...

    Feminists, democratic groups condemn targeting hijab wearing Muslim students

    An open letter signed by over a thousand people thus far says that the Hijab is just a pretext to impose apartheid on and...

    Increased investment critical to end female genital mutilation as COVID-19 rages on

    In 2012, the United Nations General Assembly designated 6 February as the international day of zero tolerance for female genital mutilation, with the aim...

    Convicts freed, hound victims. Victims in prison

    A research by Amnesty International points to survivors of gender-based violence being abandoned following Taliban takeover of Afghanistan and their husbands are on the...

    Lebanon crises increases suffering of migrant domestic workers

    Around 250,000 women migrant domestic workers in Lebanon from Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia and the Philippines earn as low as US$ 150 a month...

    Once tossed and abused, human trafficking survivor finds solace

    Survivors of human trafficking need help to deal with post-rescue trauma, and the experience they go through during identification interviews and legal proceedings is...

    Tabled marriage bill in India may add to population decline

    A bill before India's lawmakers proposes to raise marriageable age for women to 21 years. Already India’s fertility rate has dropped below replacement level....
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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

    The National Centre of Good Governance has successfully conducted 71 Capacity Building Programs for 2660 Bangladesh Civil Service Officers from 2014...

    UN Rights Office Urges Sri Lanka to Reveal Fate of the Disappeared

    The report outlined the extensive psychological, social and economic impact on the families, particularly on women who often become...

    Are Government Schemes Meaningful in the Absence of Land Rights?

    It is evident that the effects of the project are not uniformly distributed, as certain villages experience benefits while...

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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

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