Our mission is to organize information of Bangladesh on Ecology and Environment, War Crimes of 1971, Crimes against Humanity and Genocide and make it universally accessible

This documentary is several years old but pertains to the current water sharing & Dam Building Initiative by India - The Documentary highlights the Water issues and the adverse effects it has on the Down stream country - in the case Bangladesh. More recently India deliberately Ignoring bilateral agreements and international laws and conventions it refused to sign the Teesta River sharing treaty and than it presses ahead with plan to build the controversial Tipaimukh dam on the Barak river in its northeastern Manipur state, causing worries to millions in lower riparian Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Watch gathers information of the country Bangladesh on ecology, environment, human rights and war crimes of 1971. This web portal has prepared an online archive and documentation on "Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide" and makes it universally accessible
A Silent War - Water Crisis and Flood - Case Study: Bangladesh

A Silent War (Water Crisis and Flood) made by India in Bangladesh -VIDEO: Documentary Produced By Suzanne Bauman Jim Burroughs - ‘Water Wars’ - India, Bangladesh, & Global Issues.

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Human Rights in Bangladesh

Humanrights watch Bangladesh’s government took no significant steps to investigate and prosecute torture in custody and extrajudicial killings during 2011. Although the number of killings by the paramilitary force, the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), dropped following domestic and international criticism, enforced disappearances increased. Activists and journalists were harassed or tortured. The government took some steps to promote women’s rights but failed to take adequate measures to protect women and girls from violence. Trials against those accused of war crimes during the 1971 war of independence were riddled with concerns over due process rights. Trials against members of the Bangladesh Border Guards accused in the 2009 mutiny were similarly rife with complaints.

Bangladesh: Alarming Rise in ‘Disappearances’

Humanrights April 27, 2012 (New York) – The Bangladesh government should immediately order an independent and impartial investigation into the growing number of cases where opposition members and political activists have vanished without trace, Human Rights Watch said today. The most recent episode, on April 17, 2012, involved Elias Ali, secretary of the Sylhet Division of the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). [...more]

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