• A Book Review on Women’s Security Paper Naither Freedom nor Choice: a Study of Wife Abuse of Rural Bangladesh
    A Book Review on Women’s Security Paper Naither Freedom Nor Choice: A study of Wife Abuse of Rural Bangladesh By M.A.Mannan Submitted By: Sk.Masudur Rahman Violence against women can be defined very broadly to include any act involving use of force with intent of perpetuation...
    Premium 1139 Words 5 Pages
  • Women Empowerment
    Bank Poverty Assessment 2005, unpublished paper, Dhaka Ali, R.N.; Begum, F.; Salehin, M.M. and Farid, K.S. (2008) ‘Livelihood Pattern of Rural Women Garment Workers at Dhaka City’, Journal of Bangladesh Agricultural University 6.2: 449–56 Amin, S. (1997) ‘The Poverty-Purdah trap in Rural...
    Premium 19986 Words 80 Pages
  • Problem of Bd
    maintaining internal security.  The Government frequently uses the police for political purposes.  There is widespread police corruption and lack of discipline.  Police officers committed numerous serious human rights abuses. Bangladesh is a very poor country.  Annual per capita income among the...
    Premium 18372 Words 74 Pages
  • UNICEF digest7e
    , and may have to operate in secrecy – attacked for undermining cultural values.151 While women and girls facing violence and abuse in industrialized countries may have access to refuges, counselling and other kinds of support, these services are rare in countries such as Ethiopia, Bangladesh...
    Premium 26242 Words 105 Pages
  • Early Marriage
    Ministry of Health field study in Upper (southern) Egypt in the late 1980s discovered that 44 per cent of rural women married in the previous five years had been under the legal age of 16 at the time.32 Caribbean and Latin America In this region, UNICEF reports that 11.5 per cent of girls aged 15...
    Premium 27781 Words 112 Pages
  • Internship Report
    common in economics and simply focuses on non-interference. In the Bengal famine, rural laborers' negative freedom to buy food was not affected. However, they still starved because they were not positively free to do anything, they did not have the functioning of nourishment, nor the capability to...
    Premium 7729 Words 31 Pages
  • Intellectual and Spiritual Inheritance of Rights
    . Hossain, Mahabub. 1988. “Credit for Women: A Review of Special Credit Programs in Bangladesh,” draft paper, Bangladesh Institute for Development Studies, Dhaka. Hunt, Hayat Imam. 1983. “Intervention and Change in the Lives of Rural Poor Women in Bangladesh: A Discussion Paper,” Bangladesh Rural Action...
    Premium 23572 Words 95 Pages
  • Early Marriage
    study in Upper (southern) Egypt in the late 1980s discovered that 44 per cent of rural women married in the previous five years had been under the legal age of 16 at the time.32 Caribbean and Latin America In this region, UNICEF reports that 11.5 per cent of girls aged 15-19 are married. These...
    Premium 27404 Words 110 Pages
  • Amarthya Sen
    . In the Bengal famine, rural laborers' negative freedom to buy food was not affected. However, they still starved because they were not positively free to do anything, they did not have the functioning of nourishment, nor the capability to escape morbidity. In addition to his important work on the...
    Premium 4081 Words 17 Pages
  • A Socio-Economic Study on Rural Women and Food Security in Some Selected Areas of Mymensingh District
    and legal education, BRAC has been able to bring girl-child and human improvement to the lives of the poor and disadvantage women of rural Bangladesh. The above reviews and discussions indicate that a few detailed studies were undertaken on rural women and food security. So, it is necessary to...
    Premium 19362 Words 78 Pages
  • Urbanization & Socio -Economic Condition of Informal Worker
    predominantly rural-agricultural for ages. The study seeks to establish the pivotal role that Dhaka should play in this transformation. The paper identifies the informal sector as the vast sector of Dhaka's economy. Us potential role in facilitating the urban-industrial transition in Bangladesh is the major...
    Premium 19386 Words 78 Pages
  • Hbl Data
    sexual violence, especially rape. And abuse is not just physical, but may also be emotional, sexual or psychological. The effect of violence against women WOMANKIND believes that violence against women is an abuse of their fundamental human rights, including their rights to health and freedom from...
    Premium 25431 Words 102 Pages
  • women empowerment
    Empowerment of women, K.Shanthi 1998 (Ed.), Anmol Publications pvt.ltd. (Professor, Dept. of Econometrics & Co-ordinator, Centre for Gender Studies, University of Madras, Chennai) This book consists of 13 papers, which narrate about the existing empowerment strategies and their shortcomings. Six papers...
    Premium 9073 Words 37 Pages
  • India
    , Fuard Marikar and Waqar Jehangir Practitioners’ Paper Agricultural Credit and Rural Development D Jha and S K Jha Book Review 60 82 106 115 Vol. XIII, No. 1, July 2003 1 13 Monitoring and Evaluation of the Bangladesh Integrated Nutrition Project Rezaul Karim and F. James Levinson...
    Premium 38011 Words 153 Pages
  • Examing the Cultural Practice of Ukuthwala and Its Impact on the Rights of the Child
    practice that is under scrutiny in this paper focuses on children. Be that as it may, forced marriage is viewed as a form of human rights abuse since it violates the principle of the freedom and autonomy of individuals. Ukuthwala is nowhere close to what is called ‘shotgun wedding’, which is a form...
    Premium 13085 Words 53 Pages
  • Amartya Kumar Sen
    choice. It is up to the individual society to make the list of minimum capabilities guaranteed by that society. For an example of the "capabilities approach" in practice, see Martha Nussbaum's Women and Human Development. He wrote a controversial article in The New York Review of Books entitled "More...
    Premium 4322 Words 18 Pages
  • Leadership Grameen Bank
    conditions of the rural poor, particularly women, in Bangladesh. Based on the author’s personal experience as well as secondary materials, this paper identifies organisation and management as critical variables in the process of rural development in Bangladesh. The most important factors behind the splendid...
    Premium 7038 Words 29 Pages
  • Yeaj
    Inequality. 2nd ed. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ———. 1999. Development as Freedom. New York: Knopf Press. Sethuraman, S. V. 1998. “Gender, Informality and Poverty: A Global Review.” Seminar Paper presented to World Bank: Washington, D.C. Shah, Shekhar. 1999. Coping With Natural Disasters: The 1998 Floods...
    Premium 24131 Words 97 Pages
  • Violence Against Women
    ;query=bangladesh+women [Accessed Nov. 20, 2011] * Shepherd, Laura J. (2008) Gender, Violence & Security – Discourse as Practice,London: Zed Books. * States News Service (2011) ‘Committee on Elimination of Discrimination Against Women Considers Report of Bangladesh’ [online] Available...
    Premium 5219 Words 21 Pages
  • Corporal Punishment
    high prevalence of violence against women and girl s. Violence in its many forms is often explained as deriving from unequal power relations. Hierarchy and unequal power relations are strong in South Asia and are reflected in the subordination of various castes, classes and ethnic groups, and in...
    Premium 10389 Words 42 Pages