Human rights monitoring report : May 2014

The May 2014 monthly human rights monitoring report describes the human rights situation in Bangladesh, specifically describing the following areas:

  • Human rights violations along the Myanmar and Indian border
  • Political violence persists
  • The sixth phase of the Upazila Elections
  • Extrajudicial killings
  • Allegations of torture and death in RAB and police custody Torture in custody and lack of accountability of law enforcement agencies
  • Allegations of enforced disappearance
  • Attempt made to abduct human rights defender Nur Khan
  • Barriers to meetings and assemblies
  • Freedom of the media
  • The trial of Mahmudur Rahman begins in Special Court
  • Public lynching continues
  • Violence against religious minority communities
  • Situation of ready-made garment workers
  • Violence against women
  • Information and Communication Technology Act 2006 remains
  • NGO Affairs Bureau yet to release Odhikar’s funds

human-rights-monitoring-monthly-report-may-2014 (full text in English, PDF)

human-rights-monitoring-monthly-report-may-2014 (full text in Bangla, PDF)



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