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Consumer protection and medical services
Law & Our Rights

Consumer protection and medical services

The purpose of consumer protection legislation and policy is to create a known, accessible, and speedy system of redress and

To ensure right to safe food
Law & Our Rights

To ensure right to safe food

Recently in a research, International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR, B) has found that 75% of pasteurised

  • Study report on justice needs and satisfaction launched at BRAC

    “Justice Needs and Satisfaction in Bangladesh 2018: Legal Problems in daily life”, a study report conducted by HiiL with the support of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands in partnership with BRAC Human Rights and Legal Aid Services, was launched on 9 May 2018 through a report launching ceremony at BRAC Centre. HiiL (The Hague Institute for Innovation of Law) is a not-for-profit institution based in The Hague, International City of Peace and Justice.

  • USAID’s strategic dialogue on legal aid held at BUP

    On 8th May 2018, USAID’s Justice for All (JFA) Program and Department of Law, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) jointly organised a strategic dialogue with BUP’s Law Department, in association with National Center for State Court (NCSC). A total of 80 participants attended the programme, including seven faculty members and law students.

  • Let our workers be treated with dignity

    Like previous years, the International Workers’ Day, also referred to as May Day has been observed on 1st day of May this year to commemorate the sacrifices of the working people. As we observed this Day, the facts remain somewhat indifferent, i.e. our workers are struggling to realise their due wages, establish safe working environment and demand trade union rights.

  • Think Legal organises commercial law conference

    THINK Legal Bangladesh, the online legal resource platform dedicated to the open and free sharing of legal knowledge in Bangladesh and the founders of the “Think Legal Lecture Series”

  • A voice for the marginalised communities

    Law Desk (LD): Tell us the background in brief of your work. Also, what are some of the key challenges you faced in being the voice of marginalised community in India?

  • Reservation, equality and non-discrimination

    Of the affirmative actions taken by the state, reservation in public office is the most contentious one.

  • OIC to form a body for Rohingya crisis


    The widespread violence against Rohingya Muslims causing civilian deaths, rapes, and forced deportation to Bangladesh has been

  • Security cheque: a weapon of choice

    In recent times, the number of dishonoured cheques has seen a significant rise.As a result, the courts in Bangladesh are inundated

  • Women in innovation and creativity

    World Intellectual Property Day for the first time was observed by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in 2000 with an

  • Experiences of Bangladeshi mooters at Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition 2018

    The Price Media Law Moot Court Competition was organised in 2008 as an annual global moot court competition ‘for raising the profile of freedom of expression by bringing informed and effective debate and discussion on significant issues of information flows and technology to many parts of the world’ by the Program in Comparative Media Law and Policy at the University of Oxford. The competition is named after the Founding Director of the program, Monroe E. Price.