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Up to 200,000 coastal people may be forced to migrate annually to the country's inland areas to find alternative livelihoods due to climate change induced salinity and sea level rises, according to a new study. Researchers from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the Ohio State University jointly conducted...
How Will India Respond to Internal Climate Migration? A Warming World Creates Desperate People The Refugees The World Barely Pays Attention To Assessing the Evidence: Migration, Environment and Climate Change in Namibia
This document states the background, process, principal premise and major expectations of Bangladeshi NGOs from INGOs (International NGO), Donors and UN agencies in view of the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS) and the Grand Bargain (GB)policy outcomes and in view of the discussions on ‘development effectiveness’ (DE). These three global...
October 03, 2017.  Cox’s Bazar. Today International Council of Voluntary Association (ICVA) organized a meeting of local, national and international NGOs with Mr. Mark Lowcoock, UN Emergency Coordinator and Under Secretary General of OCHA. The meeting was organised in the Ocean Paradise Hotel in Cox’s Bazar. Five invited local...
ADVANCING DEMOCRATIC OWNERSHIP: Training Manual for CSO Aid Observatories Universalising Effective Development Cooperation: The CSOs' Asks for a stronger Global Partnership CSO Assessment of the Nairobi Outcome Document Nairobi Outcome Document CSO Statement on GPEDC 2nd HLM  
In September 2015, heads of states and governments met at the UN (United Nation) headquarter in New York and agreed on a new generation of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with 169 targets to succeed the MDGs (Millennium Development Goals) and to guide global development over the next 15...
Illicit capital flow from Bangladesh has been one of the crucial issues both in the politics and socio economic sector of Bangladesh. Every year an enormous amount of money is being siphoned off to tax heaven countries illegally. As per latest report-2015 of Global Financial Integrity (GFI) an estimated...
CHS support group Bangladesh organized a seminar on February 11, 2016 at BRAC Inn in Dhaka after translating Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS) in to Bangla within an inclusive and participatory process. CHS support Group is an informal group representing different humanitarian agencies, academia, sector expert individuals and others. In...
Twenty civil society organizations from Asia, Africa, Latin America and Pacific organized a seminar titled “Climate Forced Displacements: Rights and Obligations” on 5th December, 2015 at Le Burget, Paris, France. Participating in the discussion, speakers have emphasized on new global order and dedicated UN policy regime for climate induced...

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