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Sexual Harassment at Educational Institutions and Workplaces
10 Apr 2018
The civil society movement in Bangladesh against sexual harassment started to build up during 1990s and in 2009 the Hight Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh delivered a landmark...
Spotlight on Violence Against Women in Bangladesh: Trends and Solutions
17 Jan 2019
National data on Violence Against Women (VAW) has shown that women in Bangladesh still suffer from chronic abuse, torture and violence in their homes. In this report, JNNPF, a coalition of local,...
River: A Living Being
River: A Living BeingInternational Water Conference 2019January 29-30, 2019Kuakata, Potuakhali, Bangladesh
Self-Defense Training for the Young Change Makers and Women Leaders
Self-Defense in today’s world is essential. It is a countermeasure that comprises of defending the health and well-being of oneself from injury or any type of damage. Self-Defense is necessary for...
Celebrating International Youth Day 2018: An ActionAid Bangladesh way for claiming safe spaces for youth
ActionAid Bangladesh (AAB) is working with the young people and their constituencies, across the level, to empower and helping them become active citizens and change agents to challenge the unequal...
Sunday, August 19, 2018 - 10:51
Education Rights and Respect, KEY to Ugandan Government
14 Feb 2018
Education, Commitment and Accountability
14 Feb 2018
About AuthorLakshmi Moore currently serves as the Interim Country Director for ActionAid Liberia. In addition, Ms. Moore also chairs the International Platform for ActionAid’s Federation work...
Education is a Right not a Privilege - Abolish Bridge Academies System in Liberia
11 Sep 2017
Response to Min. Werner's letter to International Academic Community on the Independent Qualitative Research of Partnership Schools for Liberia
21 Jun 2017
The need for a drastic reform has been a rallying call from advocates including ActionAid for the last decade. Consecutive failures of high school graduates for national University entrance exams and...
Women leadership and Traditional practices
The first female Town Chief of Yangayah Town, Gbarma district, Gbarpolu County. Ma Zoe is a girls’ education advocate and a member of the Mother’s club in Yangayah town established by ActionAid in...
Saturday, March 11, 2017 - 16:44
Inequality and Women leadership