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Establish democracy and governance through people’s participation
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Promote the rights of children, youth, women, the differently able and marginalized people
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Foster peace and social harmony and maintaining secularism
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Develop and foster folk cultural forms and methods to sensitize grassroots people
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Build peoples’ capacity to cope with the impacts of climate change and natural disaster and to conserve natural bio-diversity
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Rupantar, meaning social transformation, is a non-government organization (NGO) that has been working in the field of development in Bangladesh since 1995 (Learn more)

Through development communication (community media and folk theatre), the organization has experience of working at whole of Bangladesh (Learn more)

The jury was impressed by Rupantar’s creative approach of using cultural performances to address sensitive social issues. Rupantar is truly working at the grassroots – mobilizing the most vulnerable in Bangladesh, including women and youth – to help build a vibrant democracy.”

-Joe Clark, former Prime Minister of Canada and Chair of the Global Pluralism Award Jury

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Rupantar as the Secretariat of the Stop Violence Coalition (SVC) organized the National Preventing / Countering Violent Extremism Conference in Bangladesh for the very first time in the history of the country in December, 2019 with the support of CTTCU of Dhaka metropolitan police, USAID, and UN Organizations.

 

 

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Dialogue among Law and Order committee and Peace club members held on 14th March 2021 at City Inn Restaurant and Hotel, Khulna City Corporation

 

 

 

 

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Snapshots of Rupantar Intervention

Rupantar contributing to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG)