Human rights monitoring report : February 2018

The February 2018 monthly human rights monitoring report describes the human rights situation in Bangladesh, specifically describing the following areas:

– Mass arrest of opposition party activists, indiscriminate cases filed, suppression and hindrance to freedom of assembly
– Internal conflict of the ruling party and attacks on ordinary citizens
– Allegations of extensive corruption
– Independence of the Judiciary
– Repression and impunity of state security forces
– Public lynching
– Hindrance to freedom of expression and the media
– Workers’ rights
– Special provision of the Child Marriage Restraint Act 2017 should be removed
– Violence against women
– Domination on Bangladesh by neighbouring state and human rights violations
– Genocide against Rohingya community in Myanmar
– Hindrance to human rights activities of Odhikar
– Recommendations

human-rights-monitoring-report-February-2018 (full text in English, PDF)


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