Climate justice

Istanbul, Turkey 24 May 2016. At the World Humanitarian Summit where governments, international organizations and civil society stakeholders came together to improve how the world prepares and reacts to humanitarian crises, Germany announced the launch of the new Platform on Disaster Displacement. The launch of the Platform on Disaster Displacement...
Istanbul 24th May 2016. Today in a side event title “Climate Induced Displacement : Humanitarian and Right Perspective” held at Rumeli Hall 6, Lutfi Kirdar Convention Center at World Humanitarian Summit, Istanbul, civil society and government leaders from climate vulnerable countries said that climate induced migrants deserve equity, capacity...
At the cusp of the World Humanitarian Summit to be held in Istanbul, Turkey, a new global network of local and national NGOs has been launched. This network NEAR (Network for Empowered Aid Response) aspires to close the expanding gap between affected population and aid resources. It has been launched...
Dhaka, 7th April 2016. Today 12 civil society organizations and network facilitated by COAST has organized a seminar at Cirdap international conference centre, title “Setting Agenda for World Humanitarian Summit Istanbul: Climate Induced Displacement, Humanitarian and Right Perspectives”. Where the speakers urged to place the issue of climate induced...
29th April 2016. Today right groups has organized a human chain and a rally in front of national press club and different student and photography organizations has organized a photography exhibition in Teachers and Student Centre (TSC) Dhaka University DU), to remember the devastating cyclone of 29th April 1991...
One article titled Climate-induced migrants need dignified recognition’ written by Syed Aminul Haque, Coordinator-Secretariat of EquityBD has recently published in an intentional book. The book titled Organizational Perspectives on Environmental Migration’ has been published by Routledge of London and New York. The book is a collection of chapters exploring...
Dhaka, 26th January 2016. A group of rights based Civil Society Organizations condemned the eviction of the Klyanour Slum in Dhaka. About 27 organizations also demanded the integration of the Internal Displacement policy in the upcoming 7th Five Year policy to ensure effective rehabilitation of the climate induced displaced...
Equity and Justice Group Bangladesh (EquityBD) has been closely monitoring the discourse of the Paris Climate Conference. It organized various policy advocacy events before the conference and it also organized press conference and seminar during the CoP 21 at the conference venue premises to raise mainly the demands of...
Dhaka, 14th December 2015. A group of Rights Based civil society organizations criticized the role of the Forest nad Environment Minister in the climate conference as he has been literally failed to uphold the interest of the country in the Paris Climate Conference. 24 organizations made this statement from...
From Paris, 12th December 2015. I feel and I will urge Bangladesh delegation should not sign the agreement, it is against our Honorable Prime Minister position who always demand compensation from developed countries. It is shameful for our nation. In view of latest draft agreement released around 1430 hours of...

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