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Climate-displaced people in Bangladesh raise their voices for support

Climate-displaced people in Bangladesh raise their voices for support 

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U.N. says Rohingya refugee girls sold into forced labor in Bangladesh

U.N. says Rohingya refugee girls sold into forced labor in Bangladesh

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Climate change and slavery: the perfect storm?

 Climate change and slavery: the perfect storm?

In Bangladesh, human traffickers rely on silence and extortion

In Bangladesh, human traffickers rely on silence …

The urgent need for rights-based solutions to climate displacement in Bangladesh

The urgent need for rights-based solutions to climate displacement in Bangladesh 

Wheels of economy are turning: Mannan

Wheels of economy are turning: Mannan

Bangladeshi activist gets Unesco award

Bangladeshi activist gets UNESCO award 

UN Women opens second multipurpose centre for Rohingya women

UN Women opens second multipurpose centre for Rohingya women

Proyas’ launched to train first responders

‘Proyas’ launched to train first responders

Critical role of land in solving climate displacement

Critical role of land in solving climate displacement

Breaking the barriers

Breaking the barriers

Climate displacement and durable solutions

Climate displacement and durable solutions

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‘Ensure participation of disabled people in development’

 ‘Ensure participation of disabled people in development’ 

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Blind leading the blind

 Blind leading the blind

The sisters indomitable

 The sisters indomitable

Int’l Migrants Day observed in Ctg

 Int’l Migrants Day observed in Ctg

Govt, NGOs must work together

Govt, NGOs must work together

Humble Perception

Humble Perception

Developed nations blamed

Environmental Hazards, Developed nations blamed

‘Ensure security of domestic helps’

‘Ensure security of domestic helps’