Anika Shahjabin from Bangladesh got the opportunity to undertake the Schuman Traineeship, a prestigious internship offered by the European Parliament. She joined the Directorate General of External Policies at Brussels. It is a great way to get acquainted with protocols of European institutions.
Muhammad Afjal Sultan Sufi is one of the nineteen Bangladeshi changemakers to receive the 2021 Diana Award. He founded Doorbin Foundation when he was just 19 years old, with a goal to help those in need.
Born and raised in Bangladesh, Labib Tazwar Rahman co-founded Neubility, a Seoul-based start-up that develops autonomous food-delivery robots using vision-based localisation and path planning technologies. The platform researches and develops camera-based self-driving solutions and robotics technology, and focuses on last-mile autonomous robot delivery service.
Mir Sakib, CEO of Cramstack, was inducted in the 2021 Forbes 30 under 30 Asia list, under the category of Enterprise Technology. Cramstack is a startup that uses artificial intelligence to automate the extraction of information from unstructured data to provide insights for businesses.
The theme of this summit is ‘Journey towards an inclusive Bangladesh’. BYLC held the third day of the summit on August 6. The day began with a debrief of the previous session and discussion on leadership, followed by Plenary: Role of youth in building an Inclusive society and Workshop: Translating Vision into Action II.
The theme of this summit is ‘Journey towards an Inclusive Bangladesh’. With the focus on diversity and inclusivity, BYLC executed the second day of the summit on August 5. The second day of the summit began with a discussion on leadership, followed by Plenary: Living on the Edge and Workshop: Translating Vision into Action.
Anika Subah Ahmad Upoma is one of the nineteen changemakers from Bangladesh who received this year’s Diana Award. She founded Evolution360, an organisation that promotes the Sustainable Development Goal of gender equality and women’s empowerment, in 2016.
Project Shohay, a fundraising campaign jointly organised by Litmosphere and the youth-led sexual awareness organisation Bodol, launched on Tuesday, May 18, with the aim of creating employment opportunities for women in “floating” sex work.