Imbued with the motto of equity and justice, SUPRO from its inception has been observing International Human Rights Day in every year with the vow to establish economic, social and cultural rights especially for the poor and marginalized people of Bangladesh. To attain the goal, SUPRO through different mobilization program to implement in district and national level to establish a harmonize society, where all citizen will be in line with dignity and rights.
Accordingly, in 2009, SUPRO observed the International Human Rights Day in national and district level with the support of its districts committee and demonstrated human chain, colorful rally, cultural program ally with the United Nation’s call of ‘Embrace diversity, end discriminaton’. Thousands of people from all walks of life were participated in mobilization program. SUPRO prepared a leaflet and colourful poster of 5000, focusing human rights theme to draw the attantion of all levels citizen.
Rally with banner-festoon, human chain, cap and cultural program performed in celebrating the Human Rights Day in all networking districts. The district committee of Faridpur, Jamalpur, Rajbari, Mymensingh, Shariatpur, Tangail, Netrokona, Rajshahi, Bogra, Dinajpur, Gaibandha, Joypurhat, Kurigram, Lalmonirhat, Nator, Chapainawabgonj, Nilphamari, Pabna, Rangpur, Sirajgonj, Thakurgaon, Sylhet, Moulovibazar, Sunamgonj, Chittagong, Comilla, Noakhali, Rangamati, Laxmipur, Bagerhat, Chuadunga, Jessore, Jhenaidah, Khulna, Kushtia, Magura, Narail, Satkhira, Borguna, Barisal, Pirojpur and Patuakhali districts organized the program. SUPRO district secretary with the committee sticks posters and distributed leaflet to the men.
Rights is not a pity, a man wield the rights by birth. It is our duty to sweep all discrimination from our society to establish a poverty and hunger free amicable society. To attain equal rights and dignity for all, SUPRO placed some demands, which comply with internationally recognized law of Human Rights. SUPRO hope, the call and the message of the poster and leaflet made nexus to men to end discrimination.