Publications

  1. To help establish people's right to education, we carry out a number of activities round the year. While most of our interventions are programmatic, many others are shaped up for advocacy...
  2. This background paper compliments ActionAid’s internal position on youth and the Post-2015 development agenda. It provides case studies that showcase the approaches and roles young men and women can...
  3. Aware that life posits itself with an array of adversities, and armed with the inner strength, people living in poverty bring about change in their lives as an individual and as a group, and in the...
  4.  We endorse the UN Global Call on Youth and encourage national and international stakeholders to continue upholding the World Programme of Action for Youth (WPAY) and to partner with young...
  5.  At ActionAid Bangladesh ‘stitching the change’ for rights of people marginalised due to power imbalance and identity politics is the motivation and drive that kept this organisation running for...
  6. Sharing development practices to create space for critical learning and discussion
  7. The 4th Country Strategy Paper (CSPIV) of ActionAid International Bangladesh encapsulates the five-year (2012-2017) strategic plan built on the journey of almost thirty years. AAIB articulates in the...
  8. “Education is a fundamental human right, the responsibility of the state and a core element of national development policy… In Bangladesh a long awaited education policy, which is believed to be...
  9. The incident of Savar building collapse is the second largest global human-made industrial disasters after the Bhopal tragedy. The nine-storied commercial building Rana Plaza, which housed five...
  10. In 2012, we spent a significant time for creating understanding on our new Country Strategy Paper (CSP-IV) and developing programmes in line with the document. Substantial amount of time was also...
  11.  Many of us at the country office and friends in the rural areas contributed in this second issue of the e-magazine. We are more than happy to be able to get to you people's stories from...
  12. It is evident that current challenges in ensuring education for all is highly diverse. There have been significant achievements in increasing the access to education in Bangladesh but there is still...
  13. Would you like to know how the children live inside a brothel in Bangladesh? This photo book offers the reader the opportunity of discovering the life of the children born in this confined and...
  14. ‘Learning Document Series 11-13’ contains three development alternatives. The first alternative talks about formation of ‘participatory video’ team, what it takes to be ‘participatory’ and how to...
  15. This study explores the effectiveness of ActionAid Bangladesh’s community-based adaptation (CBA) interventions in fostering progress towards 'transformed resilience' of the climate vulnerable poor....
  16. Shikkhay Odhikar: Reference Handbook (trans: reference handbook on education rights), a Bangla publication, aims to strengthen the ‘right to education movement’ across the country while providing...
  17. The research report focuses on Bangladesh as a case study in exploring how to bridge the divide between adaptation finance at the national level and vulnerable communities at the local level.
  18. The first issue of our e-magazine captures our work that took place with support from partner NGOs as well as external development practitioners. We hope you find it interesting and...
  19. We have been doing development work in Bangladesh for the last 29 years and have achieved amazing feats. In last 10 years we carried out significant work in transforming national policies that...
  20. Learning Document Series 9-10 consists of two development alternatives. The first one is Social Audit, an effective democratic approach to create scope for people’s participation in the domain of...
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