Sekander Zulker Nayeen | The Daily Star
  • Sekander Zulker Nayeen

  • Social and cultural barriers in accessing civil justice system

    Goal 16 of the SDGs pledges ‘ensuring access to justice for all’ irrespective of their race, sex, colour, language, religion, wealth, etc. In Bangladesh, the poverty ridden people, women and vulnerable people are not getting easy access to civil justice system because of some social and cultural barriers.
  • Institutional barriers in accessing civil justice system

    Goal 16 of the SDGs pledges ‘ensuring access to justice for all’ as a target to be achieved. The term ‘all’ signifies everyone irrespective of their race, sex, color, language, religion, wealth, etc. In this article, I will not take a holistic approach to access to justice, but attempt to explore the likely institutional barriers that cause obstacles for the poverty ridden people in starting judicial proceedings before any civil court.
  • Promoting FDI and SDGs through judicial development

    Sustainable development and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) are somehow strongly connected which is widely recognised by a large number of policy instruments.
  • The role of civil justice in achieving SDGs

    Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) came into force by a historic UN Summit with a view to mobilising efforts to end all forms of poverty, inequalities and tackle climate change, while ensuring that no one is left behind.
  • Three dimensions of access to justice for achieving SDGs

    Goal sixteen of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pledges 'ensuring access to justice for all' as a target to be achieved.
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