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‘Tax Justice Campaigners in South Asia needs to share their experiences of different countries of the region in order to create a broader alliance in south Asian perspective aiming a social movement to see a region, free of poverty and INEQUALTY.’


img 1Speakers express above statement in a discussion of a side event on tax justice issue in titled ‘Bangladesh Experiences: Promoting Tax Justice and Regional Collaboration and Networking’ under the theme of Market, Economy & Fiscal Justice on People’s SAARC, a huge civil society gathering of South Asia on the eve of upcoming SAARC Summit, organized by Campaign for Good Governance (SUPRO), a national platform of grassroots organizations in Bangladesh on 23 November 2014, at Women Development Training Association (WDTA) Sava Hall, Jawalakhel, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Representatives of CSOs, NGOs and activists from Nepal, Bangladesh and India were presented and shared their experiences and pay their solidarity on the issue discussed. Abdul Awal, Executive Board Member of SUPRO presented keynote paper where SM Harun Or Rashid Lal, National Council Member of SUPRO presided over the discussion meeting.  Chairperson of SUPRO , Mustafizur Rahman Khan and three National Council Members of SUPRO (Shamima Akter, Monju Rani Pramanik and Lalit C Chakma)  were present there.  Sujita Shakya, a activist from Nepal, Member of CPN (UML), International Dept. & CCM and Sudha Reddy, Director of EFSA, from India were as Panelist.

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img 1In the eve of world food day 2014 SUPRO participated in global week of action of Reclaim Power Global Week of Action on Energy from 10 to 18 October 2014. As part of the Global Week of Action and to observe International Food Day on 16 October 2014, SUPRO organized a Human Chain and attended in a public gathering which is organized by Anti-poverty Platform at National Shahid Minar, Dhaka.

With the campaign theme “Ban Use of Agrofuels, Right to Food is Human Right” Dhaka Campaign Group, Budget Alliance Group, Student’s Forum, SUPRO staffs and mass people were participated in the human chain. Among the total 52 participants 25 were male and 27 were female. After the Human Chain, SUPRO expresses their solidarity with ‘Countrywide Right to Food Campaign’ organized by `South Asia Right to Food-SARF and joined a Rally with more than 3000 activists on behalf of 80 national and international organizations/networks.

img 1To observe International Literacy Day on 8 September 2014, SUPRO organized several programs in district and national level such as human chain, discussion meeting and rally. 45 districts successfully observed the day through above mentioned events.

On the other hand a human chain was organized in front of national museum, Shahbug, Dhaka to observe the day nationally. Dhaka campaign group, student’s forum and SUPRO staffs were participated in the human chain. Among the total numbers of participants (50) 35 were male and 15 were female.

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