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Policies Budget and PRSP: Are They Promoting Women’s Rights in Bangladesh? / পলিসিস বাজেট পিআরএসপিঃ আর দে প্রোমোটিং উইমেনস রাইটস ইন বাংলাদেশ
Policies Budget and PRSP: Are They Promoting Women’s Rights in Bangladesh?  By:Other Book Type: Reference
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Book Code 16515
Publisher University Press / ইউনিভার্সিটি প্রেস লিমিটেড
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Published February, 2011
ISBN 9789845060387
Page 383
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Price Tk. 620.00
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Aids Bishoyok Moulik Proshno O Math Porjayer Gobeshona By:Dr. M. A. Hasan Tomake Priyotoma By:Hafiz al Faruqi Class III Hindu Religious Studies By:NCTB Authors Class VIII Islamic Studies By:NCTB Authors Class VIII Rachona Sombhar By:NCTB Authors

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Tomake Priyotoma

Class III Hindu Religious Studies

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Class VIII Rachona Sombhar
Policies, Budget and PRSP: Are They Promoting Women's Rights in Bangladesh?By Rokeya Kabir (Editor) Publisher(s):The University Press Limited (UPL) First Published: 2011 No. of Pages: 383 Weight (kg): 1 Price: $31.00

Violence and injustice against women are common phenomena in Bangladesh due to the traditional patriarchal socioeconomic structure and mindset. Bangladesh has significant constitutional provision and statutory laws guaranteeing human and fundamental rights and women’s equal rights. However, poor quality of governance and non-implementation of these national policies have undermined the constitutional pledges. Despite those constraints, women are increasingly getting involved and playing an important role in the national development process. It is essential that the use of women’s labor and time acquire higher efficiency to accelerate the development process of the country by their increased contributions. In addition, women deserve an equitable share in national resources as well as all opportunities by specific constitutional pledge and the state’s commitment to various international covenants and action plans. Promoting Women’s Rights by Changing Mindsets is an advocacy initiative by Bangladesh Nan Progati Sangha (BNPS), with support from the United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF), New York aims at identifying the gaps and to sensitize various actors like policymakers, public duty bearers and civil society as well as the international community to take up targeted interventions for increased status of women as a part of this initiative. The book captures a meaningful analysis of existing situation, and can therefore be used as a major instrument for campaigning to policy makers for the rights of women in Bangladesh. The anthology contains three parts addressing different aspects of women’s participation in the National Budget. All the anthologies conclude with a similar message that, as a crosscutting theme, women’s advancement and rights issues have to be addressed horizontally in the context of policies and strategies of all sectors and thematic areas. The message from this anthology would probably be that — “reformative laws do not bring about substantive changes in women’s position unless they address the strategic gender locations which determine the power relations between men and women in society and the state.”
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