• Annual Human Rights Report on Bangladesh

     1st January 2016 to 31 December 2016

       Published by: Universal Voice for Justice (UVJ). For full report please click here : Annual Report (1)

  • Report published by Human Right Watch about Bangladesh, 6 July 2017

    Bangladesh: End Disappearances and Secret Detentions

    Ensure Justice, Answers for Rights Abuses

    Full report :          https://www.hrw.org/news/2017/07/06/bangladesh-end-disappearances-and-secret-detentions


    The constitution provides for the rights to life and personal liberty. Media and local and international human rights organizations reported the government or its agents committed numerous arbitrary or unlawful killings.

    Full report:  https://www.state.gov/documents/organization/265744.pdf


  • BANGLADESH Annual Human Rights Report 2016 by Odhikar

    After analysing the contents of the 2016 annual report, it can be observed that there is a dearth of ethical and legal foundations of the government and its legitimacy is controversial, as a result of the contrived and fraudulent elections. In order to remain in power, the government has decided to use repressive ways and means, violating human rights and with disregard to rule of law.

    Full report:  http://1dgy051vgyxh41o8cj16kk7s19f2.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/AHRR-2016_Eng.pdf


  • Annual report by Amnesty International about BANGLADESH 2016/2017

Independent media outlets and journalists came under severe pressure by the government. Several journalists faced arbitrary criminal charges, often for publishing criticism of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, her family or the Awami League Government. Journalists reported increased threats from government officials or security agencies.

Full report : https://www.amnesty.org/en/countries/asia-and-the-pacific/bangladesh/report-bangladesh/