Events

Capacity Building Workshop on Budget Tracking and Monitoring

Nagorik Uddyog has been implementing the project titled ‘Strengthened Economic Rights of Dalit Women in South Asia’ from 2016. One of the major objectives of this project is to enhance capacity of Dalit women on budget tracking and monitoring. More....

Consultation Meeting on Socio-economic status of Dalit women and way forward (Dhaka)

Bangladesh Dalit Women Federation in association with Dalit Women Forum and Bangladesh Dalit and Excluded Rights Movement (BDERM) supported by Nagorik Uddyog organized a seminar at Conference Lounge,


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Consultation Meeting on Socio-economic status of Dalit women and way forward (Satkhira)

Nagorik Uddyog and Uddipto Mohila Unnayan Sangstha, Tala, Satkhira organized an advocacy meeting with the local member of the national parliament and relevant stakeholders to get them know the socio-economic status of Dalit women at Tala upazila of Satkhira and to influence them taking proper steps for their development.


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Empowerment of Dalit Women: Employment, Challenges and Ways Forward (Moulvibazar)

Dalit women comprise of almost half of Dalit population in Bangladesh. But their participation to development activities comparing to Dalit men is very poor. On the other hand those Dalit women who earn a little don’t have any freedom to spend for fulfillment of their dreams. More....

Seminar on ‘Socio-Economic Development of Dalit Women in Bangladesh and National Budget

Bangladesh currently has around 6.5 million Dalit which is around 4% of the total population. Dalits in Bangladesh discriminated beased on their caste and descent based identity. Especially Dalit women become victim of extreme patriarchy in their own families and societies besides being discriminated in the wider society. More....

The journalists emphasized on joint effort CSOs and media to end discrimination against Dalits

Despite constitutional guarantee of equal rights and non-discrimination, a group of people in Bangladesh is discriminated based on their work and descent. This group of people in South Asia is known as Dalit. Though there is no specific statistic about the number of Dalit, according to different sources around 6.5 million Dalit live in Bangladesh. More....

Capacity building workshop for Dalit men and boys on gender issue

Despite a lot of effort by the government of Bangladesh to ensure gender equality and empowerment of women, the situation of Dalit women is still very poor. Dalit community is highly male dominant and women don’t have any scope there to express their opinion and in many cases they don’t have freedom of choice. More....