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NHRC Ensures Inclusiveness


প্রকাশন তারিখ : 2018-07-10

The National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh has recruited a Hijra (transgender) person and two persons with disabilities. NHRC Chairman Kazi Reazul Hoque said, “as part of NHRC’s commitment to promote and protect human rights, this step is taken. We are proud that a visually impaired person works with us as Assistant Director. And now we have recruited 03 more persons from the disadvantaged section. We believe, our initiative will encourage other institutions including both government and non-government to promote the rights of the vulnerable population.”

One of the new employees Tanisha Yasmin Choiti has completed Bachelor from National University of Bangladesh and got the job of Front Desk Executive in NHRC. She said, “I feel honored to be a part of National Human Rights Commission. I believe, as a representative from Hijra community, I am the first person who has got job at such a prestigious institution like NHRC. I am really grateful to hon’ble Chairman of NHRC to give me this opportunity.”

Another new employee Rounok Jahan Usha is a physically challenged person who has completed her graduation from Eden College of Dhaka despite all challenges. She is working as the Call Center Executive. She said, “I cannot express in words how happy I am! I dreamt to work at the National Human Rights Commission and now my dream has come true!”

Most. Mita Khatun is also a physically challenged person and also completed her Masters from Kushtia government college. She is also working as the Call Center Executive.  She said, “I have tried hard to get a job but could not find it. I got frustrated but now I feel very honored to get job in National Human Rights Commission. I believe, I have  got an opportunity to work for the disadvantaged section of my country. I express my gratitude to the hon’ble Chairman and the Commission.”


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