Ministry of Social Welfare, Department of Social Services, Save the Children and the EU jointly organized the seminar.
Honourable Minister for Information Mr Hasanul Haque Inu, MP was the chief guest.
The re-launch of the Parliamentary Caucus on Child Rights marks the beginning of more potential and opportunities for children in Bangladesh to better realize their rights.
Save the Children in Bangladesh launches website commemorating the 25th anniversary of the celebrated UN child rights charter...
Bangladesh ranks 130th on the best places in the world to be a mother, rising six spots, Save the Children says
DHAKA, BANGLADESH – Bangladesh rose six spots on Save the Children’s 2014 Mothers’ Index, widening the gap from neighbours India and Pakistan, to reach 130th out of 178 countries globally. The country however still lags behind other countries in the region, such as Nepal (116th) and Sri Lanka (89th).
'25 Years of the CRC in Bangladesh: Snapshot of Success' reflects on the progress made in child rights in Bangladesh, as well as consider the challenges that persist and make some recommendations for the way forward.