Review meeting and staff training
Adivasi Cutural Event during January 27-28, 2017, Dhaka
Condolence meeting
Mourning news
বাংলাদেশ ফুটবল ফেডারেশনের কাণ্ডজ্ঞানহীনতা ও তাসলিমার বাবাকে মারধরের প্রতিবাদে বিক্ষোভ সমাবেশ, বিকাল ৪ টায় প্রেসক্লােবের সামনে, সেপ্টেম্বর ৯, ২০১৬. অন্যতম আয়োজক: জনউদ্যোগ
নদী কমিশন আইন পর্যালোচনা ও সুপারিশ শীর্ষক গোলটেবিল বৈঠক
Adibashi Students Scholarship Giving Event to be held on October 15, 2012 at IED office

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Seminar on May 18 uprising: Understanding the struggle for democracy in South Korea

Commemorating glorious May uprising in South Korea, Institute for Environment and Development (IED) organized a seminar today, May 18, 2017 titled on May 18 uprising: Understanding the struggle for democracy in South Korea at HKS Arefin Hall in Dhaka. A good number of participants comprising academician, social activist, students,...Read More  

TV talk show has created high sensitization among IPs and mainstream community

Indigenous peoples of plain land are gradually losing their grounds leaps and bounds. Abject poverty, high illiteracy, exist very few of political organizations among them and less state protection and positive discrimination in favor of them, lead their lives in despair and uncertainty. Most of the Adivasis depend on agriculture as a ...Read More  

An enthusiastic initiative of one male group

Brahmaputra sonali sokal group is one of the male groups of Mymensingh Center. The group is consists of 21 male family members of IED organized women group. The members of this male group initiate different types of activities towards women empowerment and environmental de...Read More  

‘Panna’ a successful entrepreneur

Israt Jahan Panna lives at Abason Muktijoddhya Polli in Mymensingh town. The name of her husband is Jalar Sheikh. She is a mother of 3 sons and 1 daughter. The ages of her 3 sons are 20, 16, 13 respectively and daughter is 7 years old. Her husband is an electrician and bears the family burden with low income. In 2011 she became members...Read More  

Shilpi dreams to transform society

Shilpi was born in Singa Shoulpur village of Norail district. The name of her father is Ayub Molla and mother is Rafeza Begum. She is eldest among the three sisters. Shilpi’s father moved to Jessore town in search of livelihood. Poor father rented a low cost house in Jamrultola of sheikhhati, Jessore area and started working at S...Read More  

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