- 47th Founding Anniversary
- Equal Rights in Economy: Commitment Towards Planet 50:50 Bangladesh Mahila Parishad and Asa University Bangladesh celebrated International Women’s Day
- Training on Raising Awareness and Leadership skill development for the Union Parishad Elected Women Representatives.
- BMP felicitates the 26th founding anniversary of the Daily Star
- International Women’s day 2017
- Mahila Shomachar (July-September 2016)
- Observance of National Council Meeting -2017
- BMP felicitates the 17th founding anniversary of the Daily Jugantar
- BMP Pay their last Respect to Mahfuzul Bari
- Social Action Committee’s rally for protesting the special provision in the proposed Child Marriage Restrain Act-2016
Equal Rights in Economy: Commitment Towards Planet 50:50 Bangladesh Mahila Parishad and Asa University Bangladesh celebrated International Women’s Day
In observance of International Women’s Day, Bangladesh Mahila Parishad (BMP) and Dept. of Applied Sociology of Asa University Bangladesh (ASAUB) jointly organized a sharing meeting on “Equal Rights in economy: commitment towards Planet 50:50” at the university auditorium on 20 march 2017. Rakhi Das Purkayastha joint general secretary of BMP and Prof. Dr. Nasim Akhter Hossaing Department of Government and Politics, Jahangirnagar University were special guests in the meeting. Dr. Ahasun Habib, Chairman (Acting) of Applied Sociology, ASAUB chaired and Prof. Dr. AKM Helal uz Zaman, Honorable Vice Chancellor (Acting) ASAUB attended as chief guest in the meeting. Rowshon Ara Romke, Sr. Lecturer Dept of Applied Sociology, ASAUB welcomed and started the discussion. Rekha Saha, International Secretary, Rina Ahmed, Training Research and Library Sub committee secretary, Humayra Khatun central committee member of BMP also participated as discussants. Students of Applied Sociology, ASAUB participated by questioning and experience sharing. Speakers said that it is the right time for young generation to take bold steps to ensure women’s right in every spheres of life. They expressed enthusiasm by saying that the youth both girls and boys have immense probability to change existing discriminatory scenario of the society which will contribute to reach to the commitment of planet 50:50 by 2030.