HRCBM exhibition in Washington
Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities (HRCBM) is unveiling an exhibition on Bangladesh titled “Asru (Tears)”,
is co-sponsored by the Foundation Against Continuing Terrorism (FACT),
for the first time an international event of this kind, magnitude and
significance for the awareness of Bangladesh genocide on Minority.
The exhibition is to be shown to the public at the Rayburn Foyer in the Rayburn Building in
Washington D.C. on July 30 and July 31, 2007.
We are expecting presence of a large number of lawmakers from both the
House and the Senate, diplomats, foreign delegates including many
prominent heads of organizations at the event.
Terrorism in Bangladesh
has been going on for decades. The suffering of the Bangladeshi people,
minorities in particular, continue even today. Rape and murder, as
weapons of genocide, have been used extensively against the minorities
in Bangladesh. This comprehensive exhibit will encompass the history of Bangladesh
and a chronological depiction of its culture and religion in
perspective. The exhibition will be shown at different parts of the
columnist Shahriar Kabir, Samaresh Boidya, Advocate Subrata Chowdhury
and Editor and publisher of Weekly Blitz Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury
are going to attend the program as guest speakers.
Congressman Mark Steven Kirk, Congressman
Steve Chabot, Congressman Joseph Crowley, Congressman Frank Pallone
(sponsor of the event), Senator John Edwards, Senator John Sununu,
Senator Dick Durbin, Sergey Karen (UN Counter Terrorism Committee),
Felice D. Gaer (Chairman, The US commission on International Religious
Freedom), Dana Dillion (Senior Policy Analyst of the Asia Studies at
the Heritage Foundation) and internationally acclaimed human rights activist Dr. Richard L. Benkin are also expected to attend the function.
HRCBM is a worldwide campaigning movement dedicated to protecting the human rights of people in Bangladesh. In particular, it works for minorities in Bangladesh.
HRCBM stands with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to
uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct, and
to bring offenders to justice.
investigates and exposes human rights violations and hold abusers
accountable. It also demands government and those who hold power to end
abusive practices and respect international human rights law. Human
Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities follows the guideline
enshrined in UDHR, International Bill of Rights and other standards. In
general it is working to end xenophobia, human rights abuse, racial
discrimination, civil resentment, brutality and oppression against
minorities in Bangladesh.
is a human rights organization and has no political interest of any
sorts, however it will oppose any government law that discriminate
minorities including 8th amendment of Bangladesh constitution and vested property act. Racial discrimination and xenophobia in Bangladesh
must be ended and any offender who has committed human rights abuse
against minorities should be prosecuted. We will pursue our activities
through worldwide campaign and followed by appeal to government of Bangladesh and world leaders to end human rights abuses in Bangladesh.
The Human Rights Congress for Bangladesh Minorities is a world-wide organization that aims to:
1. Promote Human Rights, help stop human rights abuses against minorities in Bangladesh and bring offenders to justice for their criminal conducts of present and past.
2. Encourage and promote world wide campaign on “THE PLIGHTS OF BANGLADESH MINORITIES”
3. Provide all required humanitarian assistance to Refugees and destitute minorities of Bangladesh.
4. Provide required assistance to the organizations/individual serving “Destitute Bangladesh Minorities”
5. Encourage communication and collaboration among the organizations serving “Bangladesh Minorities”.
with UN to help the oppressed Bangladesh Minorities and provide
assistance to improve their living condition and safeguard them to live
enjoying full rights as enshrined in UDHR.
7. Ensure and monitor that Bangladesh government implements UDHR in its entirety and record any violation of such guideline.
8. Work with International community to ensure that Bangladesh government enforces laws of International norm and safe guard Bangladesh minorities irrespective any political situation and provides dignity and recognition to minorities in Bangladesh. This includes but not limited to immediate abolishment of any discriminatory act written and unwritten.
individuals/organizations to continue uninterrupted social service
specific to the well being of “Bangladesh Minorities”.
10. Provide all required services to families belonging to “Bangladesh Minorities” at home and abroad.HRCBM has active branches in Bangladesh, United Kingdom, India and Switzerland.