Human rights violations of Indigenous peoples, especially land-grabbing, continued unabated
Legal action must be taken against all involved in recent attacks
A recent TIB study shows that the Dalits and indigenous communities of the plain lands in Bangladesh have been facing widespread socio-economic discrimination, often being deprived of education, healthcare, even government's basic immunisation programmes, and employment as well as other basic human rights.
The lady of the house carried the first batch of drinking water from the nearby dying Sangu River with her two-month-old daughter in tow.
A group of indigenous people demands to keep five percent allocation of quota privileges in government job recruitment system.
Forming a separate land commission for the indigenous people of the plains would be of little impact unless the land belonging to the
The overall human rights condition of the country's indigenous people remained far from acceptable in the year 2017 and little effort
Human rights watchdog Amnesty International (AI) has urged Bangladesh government to conduct an independent and impartial investigation into Friday’s arson attacks on indigenous people in Longadu upazila of Rangamati.