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ইয়োগা রানী ‘শ্বেওতা ওয়ার্পে’ ঢাকা আসছেন

ভারতের ‘মিস এলিট এশিয়া’ ২০১৮, ‘মিস ইন্ডিয়া গুডউইল ইন্টারন্যাশনাল’ ২০১৮ এবং ‘মিসেস জাতিসংঘ সুন্দরী’ খেতাব বিজয়ী ইয়োগা থেরাপিস্ট শ্বেওতা ওয়ার্পে বাংলাদেশের জাতীয় এনজিও ডরপ এর ‘বটম লাইনিং মা সংসদ’ এর ব্র্যান্ড এমব্যাসেডর হিসাবে আগামী ৩০ অক্টোবর বুধবার ঢাকায় আসছেন। Read More »

নারী মাদকাসক্তি চিকিৎসা ও পুনর্বাসন কেন্দ্রে পারিবারিক সভা

২১ সেপ্টেম্বর ২০১৯ ইং তারিখে ঢাকা আহ্ছানিয়া মিশন নারী মাদকাসক্তি চিকিৎসা ও পুনর্বাসন কেন্দ্রে চিকিৎসা নিতে আসা পরিবারের সদস্যদের নিয়ে পারিবারিক সভার আয়োজন করা হয়। এবারের সভার আলোচ্য বিষয় ছিলো “মাদকদ্রব্য ব্যবহারের সমস্যা ও সহ-ঘটমান মানসিক রোগ”। Read More »

Girls outshine boys in HSC examinations

Dhaka, July 17 – The girls are outshining the boys in pass rates in the Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examinations over the last several years which are good but lower pass rate of the boys should not be a good sign, experts said on Wednesday. Read More »

Let’s talk about sex – and why power matters

By Dr Natalia Kanem UN, Jul 11 2019 (IPS) – Every year on World Population Day (July 11), UNFPA receives queries from journalists about the total number of people around the world. Numbers are indeed important because they help governments develop policies that respond to evolving needs for services such as education and health. Read More »

The sex scandal at the heart of the Afghan government

By Yogita LimayeBBC News, Kabul Afghanistan has been rocked by allegations of sexual harassment at the highest levels of government. Officials deny wrongdoing but a BBC investigation has heard from women who describe a culture of abuse. In a house near the foot of the dusty mountains that surround Kabul, I meet a former government employee. She asks to remain ... Read More »

E-com rules promoted in name of women’s economic empowerment

Geneva, Jul (Kinda Mohamadieh) – Women in digital trade was the subject of a workshop convened at the World Trade Organization on 1 July. The day-long workshop was co-convened by the European Union, Trinidad and Tobago and Senegal, the fifth since the release of the Joint Declaration on Trade and Women’s Economic Empowerment at the WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos ... Read More »

Women’s rights are key in slowing down population

By Sivananthi Thanenthiran UNITED NATIONS, Jun 25 2019 (IPS) – The increase in world population by 2 billion in the next 30 years will present a serious global challenge especially if we do not find new paradigms of development thought and renewed global political leadership. Our region, the Asia and the Pacific region is already home to 60 per cent ... Read More »

Put gender violence survivors in front and centre

By Tharanga Yakupitiyage UN, Jun 20 2019 (IPS) – Sexual violence is still all too common and continues to threaten peace and security worldwide. How can we do better? Put survivors at the centre. Marking the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, on Jun. 19, United Nations officials as well as government and civil society representatives ... Read More »

Sexual assaults in BD take horrific turn: Two held

Dhaka, June 15 – Two minor girls have reportedly been raped in Netrakona and Comilla while a bus driver and his helper arrested in Manikganj for ‘rape attempt’ on a woman in their moving vehicle. Besides, a youth has been held in Feni for ‘repeatedly raping’ a schoolgirl and a man in Sirajganj over ‘rape attempt’ on a minor girl. ... Read More »

A call for concrete changes to achieve more gender equal world

By Princess Sarah Zeid Amman, May 29 2019 (IPS) – On the eve of the Women Deliver conference in Vancouver June 3-6, Princess Sarah Zeid of Jordan interviewed Dr. Olfat Mahmoud, a Palestinian refugee and women’s rights advocate. Princess Sarah spoke with Dr. Olfat about what the humanitarian system would look like if organizations like hers could help shape it, ... Read More »

‘Gendering’ the EU budget

by Firat Cengiz There is a clear case for making gender equality a more visible part of the EU budgetary process. Budgets are not gender-neutral. Women and men have different needs and expectations from public services. These needs and expectations also differ among individuals due to other intersecting qualities, such as ethnicity, social and economic class, refugee and migration status, ... Read More »

Bangladesh School teacher arrested for impregnating student

Gazipur, May 21 (UNB)– A school teacher has been arrested for impregnating a seventh grader in Salna area of the city corporation. The victim’s family filed a case at Sadar Police Station on May 20 against the teacher, Sohel Rana Sarkar. He raped the girl on October 12 last year, according to the case statement, and threatened to kill her ... Read More »

Police constable rapes girl, 16 hurls her through ventilator

Madaripur, May 20 (UNB)- A 54-year-old police constable in Sadar upazila was withdrawn on Monday for throwing a teenage girl out of his house through the ventilator after raping her. Muktar Hossain, 54, was working as a constable at Madaripur.   Kamrul Hossain, officer-in-charge of Madaripur Sadar Police Station, said the constable has been residing with his wife in rented ... Read More »

Mymensingh medical students protest sexual harassment

Mymensingh, May 18 (UNB) – Mymensingh Medical College (MMC) students protested for a third consecutive day on Saturday against the alleged sexual harassment of a female student by a rickshaw puller on the campus. They gathered in front of the academic building shouting slogans in the morning. They locked the building’s main entrance in the afternoon and vowed to continue ... Read More »

Rewriting the rules on #MeToo globally

By Nisha Varia New Yprk, Apr 30, 2019 (IPS) – I have been working to protect the rights of women workers for 25 years, and whether I speak to domestic workers, election workers, farmers, or activists, their experience of sexual harassment and violence has been a common thread. The other commonality? The almost complete absence of redress in any of ... Read More »

Austerity is hurting women’s health

by Fran Darlington-Pollock A close look at how the austerity practiced in the UK since 2010 has affected women’s health shows a gender lens must always be applied to see the full picture. Where you live can kill you—and, in recent years, more quickly if you are female. While life expectancy has been stalling in the UK since 2014, it ... Read More »