Implementation of human rights to make social development sustainable: We are all human, And all equal


Cox’s Bazar 10 December, 2021: To make development sustainable at the family, society and national level at all levels of all the leaders participating in the rally and human chain have expressed the view that the implementation of human rights is urgent. The participants of the human chain said, today is 10 December rally organized by Cox’s Bazar civil society NGO forum on the occasion of International Human Rights Day. The title of the rally and human chain was, “We are all human, and all equal”. It was held in front of the Cox’s Bazar Deputy Commissioner’s Office. The rally was organized by Jahangir Alam, Member Secretary, CCNF and Assistant Director COAST Foundation and presided over by Bimal Chandra dey Sarkar, Co- chair, CCNF Chief Executive, Mukti, Cox’s Bazar. Abidur Rahman, YPSA’s coordinator was present at the rally and human chain. District Coastal Development Council Chairman Nurul Amin Siddique; Mohannad Bin Abdullah Max, Cox’s Bazar Focal of SBSKS; Nezam Uddin, President of Online Press Club; EHRDF CEO Mohammad Eliyas Mia and Prominent banker Rafiqul Mostafa and other members of CCNF.

Bimal Chandra Dey Sarkar said, “A person gets certain rights from his birth and that is all human rights. There are 30 articles in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and 18 of those included in our constitution and talks about fundamental rights. These rights are being violated in different ways in different countries of the world. UN agencies working to ensure human rights. We must ensure that human rights are not violated by anyone”.

Abidur Rahman said, we all have to work for the protection of human rights from our respective places. We are all human right activists in different ways. We should read and know the human rights clauses so that we have a complete idea about it and we will be able to work together to ensure human rights.

Nurul Amin Siddique said that we have to work on that point that all the people of the world have equal rights and therefore work to ensure each other’s rights.

Nezam Uddin said that everyone should know about human rights and should be endowed with human qualities. He emphasized that all educational institutions should conducting awareness sessions about the importance of human rights.

Rafiqul Mostafa said that the practice of human rights should start from the family. Children from an early age must give ideas about human values.

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