• Friday, September 19, 2014

Law And Our Rights

REVIEWING THE VIEWS
Reducing case backlogs

Published Date: September 9, 2014
Time to change the classification of cases

Time to change the classification of cases

BANGLADESH is experiencing a huge backlogs and the number of pending cases is increasing day by day in compare to increasing population. In a lawyer dominated advisory legal system, like Bangladesh, case management could be a way to dispose of this situation. Case management is a tricky tool and need to be handled...

FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Published Date: September 9, 2014
Protection of civilians in time of war

Protection of civilians in time of war

GENEVA CONVENTION IV 1949 deals with protection of civilian persons in time of war exhaustively. Article 27 of this Convention proclaims the principle of respect for the human person and the inviolable character of the basic rights of individual men and women. The statement of these principles in an international convention gives them...

Promoting Child Rights

Published Date: September 9, 2014
Child advocacy in Bangladesh: A long way to go

Child advocacy in Bangladesh: A long way to go

AN age- old African proverb says that, “Don't speak about us, without us.” Very interestingly, if we want to correlate this ancient proverb with our modern civilization, we can certainly understand that, leaving a group of people unobserved, we have no right to uphold their entitlement. Children are the ultimate future of a...

LAW EVENT

Published Date: September 9, 2014
Seminar on ADR held at DIU

Seminar on ADR held at DIU

BOTH lower and upper judiciary in Bangladesh are overstrained with more than 2.5 million civil and criminal cases demanding effective operation of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to reduce the pressure on all tiers of the courts. Key problems like cost, complexity and delay of adversarial litigation procedure can effectively be reduced by mere...