The National Indigenous Youth Conference 2020 has successfully concluded in Cox’s Bazar from 14-16 March, 2020 with the theme Indigenous Youth for Inclusive Society and Institutions. The conference facilitated strong solidarity and enhanced capacities among a bunch of rising indigenous youth leaders of Bangladesh. The youth leaders expressed their strong commitment to engage themselves for
ILO and Kapaeeng Foundation Organised Training for Government Officials on Indigenous Navigator Framework and Tools Targeting at government officials and indigenous community leaders, a two-day long national level training on ‘National Laws and the Practices of the CHT Regulations, SDGs, Human Rights Instruments and Indigenous Navigator Framework & Tools’ was held at Rainbow Hall, Hotel
18 killed,141 arrested and 203 injured in 2017 Kapaeeng Foundation launched ‘Human Rights Report 2017 on Indigenous Peoples in Bangladesh’ on 29 March 2018 at Tawfiq Aziz Khan Seminar Hall, The Daily Star, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka. Renowned Human Rights Activist and Former Adviser to the Caretaker Government of Bangladesh Advocate Sultana Kamal graced the event as chief guest. Among others, prominent
On 7 March 2018, Kapaeeng Foundation, CHT Headmen Network, and CHT Citizen Committee jointly organized a dialogue titled “Participation of local people in inclusive development” at Foromon Conference Hall, Borgaang Resort, Rangamati with the support of Direct Aid Program of the Australian High Commission, Dhaka. The dialogue was attended by Mr. Nurul Alam, Honorable Member,
The Indigenous Youth Conference 2017 successfully ended in Komolganj, Moulvibazar with strengthened solidarity and enhanced capacities among a bunch of rising indigenous youth leaders of Bangladesh. The youth leaders present vowed to continue their communications and networks in order to work for a better future of indigenous peoples in Bangladesh. With the motto “Empowered Youth,
The training on ‘Indigenous Navigator framework for local indigenous partner organizations and other stakeholders’ successfully completed in Lalmatia, Dhaka. The representatives of local indigenous partner organizations and other key stakeholders promised to engage themselves in the sustainable development processes.
The national inception workshop of the project ‘Improving indigenous and tribal peoples’ access to justice and development through community-based monitoring’ (popularly known as ‘Indigenous Navigator’) was held in Dhaka from July 26-27, 2017.The project is supported by European Union (EU) and jointly implementing by International Labor Organization (ILO) and Kapaeeng Foundation in Bangladesh. Around forty