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A Successful Social Worker in Bangladesh : Nagib Salehin

Nagib Salehin was born in 23 August of 2006 in Daulatpur Upazila.Nagib Salehin has been a Social Service lover since the age of 13.

Nagib Salehin said: I do my best to help People.With the help of helpless and poor people, they will be able to establish themselves in the society. Therefore, my call to the dignitaries of our country is that they should show sympathy to the helpless people. Nagib Salehin, general secretary of the Kushtia district branch of the Bangladesh Human Rights Foundation, has already started work to save the social helping hand. We must always work to alleviate the suffering of the indigent and helpless people of our society in the same way that human beings are for the benefit of human beings. Our organization is also conducting various activities for the implementation of human rights.

In this regard, he said that, ‘My father Kabir Panna, like the neglected disabled people, just like my father’s ideals, I want to work to maintain the balance of all my prayers for the Social Working of my dreams.’

Nagib Salehin is also in charge of several social organizations such as Joint General Secretary of Bangladesh Human Rights Foundation.Who is working with various social organizations including advisors of Bangladesh.



Human Rights Foundation

The Human Rights Foundation (HRF) is a non-profit organization that describes itself as promoting and protecting human rights globally, with a focus on closed societies.HRF organizes the Oslo Freedom Forum. The Human Rights Foundation was founded in 2005 by Thor Halvorssen Mendoza, a Venezuelan film producer and human rights advocate. The current chairman is Russian chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov, and Javier El-Hage is the current chief legal officer. The foundation’s head office is in New York City.

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HRF’s website states that it adheres to the definition of human rights as put forth in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1976), believing that all individuals are entitled to the right to speak freely, the right to worship in the manner of their choice, the right to freely associate with those of like mind, the right to acquire and dispose of property, the right to leave and enter their country, the right to equal treatment and due process under law, the right to be able to participate in the government of their country, freedom from arbitrary detainment or exile, freedom from slavery and torture, and freedom from interference and coercion in matters of conscience.

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