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Speakers Urged Integrated Effort to Make Plastic Free World

On Saturday, the 6th November 2021, a symposium was held in Mainz on "Jute instead of Plastic 2.0". The Europe-based Diaspora organization BASUG and Ökumenische Flüchtlingshilfe Oberstadt e.V. (ÖFO) (Ecumenical Refugee Help Oberstadt e.V.) with the support of Engagement Global and financial grant from the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development organized the event. Together with various actors and partner organizations,

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BASUG Symposium on ´Jute instead of Plastic´ held in Koblenz

On Saturday, the 9th October 2021, a symposium took place in Koblenz on "Jute instead of Plastic 2.0". The Europe-based Diaspora organization BASUG with the support of Engagement Global and financial grant from the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development organized the event. Together with various actors and partner organizations, there were technical exchanges on topics such as 'Planet Plastic - Petroleum. Power. Garbage’,

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BASUG Symposum on ”Jute instead of Plastic” Held in MG

The BASUG Symposium on 'Jute instead of Plastic was held on '11 September 2021 in Mönchengladbach, Germany The workshop was inaugurated by Bangladesh ambassador in Germany Md Mosharraf Hossain Bhuiyan ndc as chief guest, while BASUG Chairman Bikash Chowdhury Barua was in the chair. Dr. Mona Pursey, Regional Facilitator from Eine Welt Forum, Aachen and honorary Consul General Hasnat Mia addressed the opening session. Commercial Counsellor of Bangladesh

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BASUG Workshop on Jute Instead of Plastic in Dortmund on 14 July

Dortmund, July 12: In order to create awareness among the consumers about the use of jute products instead of plastic and also to promote jute products in the German market, a day-long workshop organized by the Europe-based diaspora organisation, BASUG will be held in Dortmund City Corporation Building on Saturday, the 14th July. The workshop is a part of the on-going project of BASUG on ‘Jute instead of Plastic’ in Germany. The Nepalese General

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BASUG Project Presented as Best Practice in CIM Workshop in Frankfurt 

Frankfurt, October 28 (BASUG): The Centre for International Migration and Development (CIM), a cooperation of the German development agency GIZ and the International Placement Service (ZAV) of the German Federal Employment Agency (BA), organized a daylong networking workshop for the Indian diaspora organizations in Frankfurt University on 28 October. Project Manager of the CIM Programme “Migration for Development”Olivia Hannemann, Program Coordinator

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Run & Roll in Dortmund for Bangladesh

Dortmund, October 01 (FKS/BASUG): In the German City of Dortmund, integration and inclusion have always been important.This applies as well to the inclusion of people with different abilities as to the integration of migrants and refugees. And for some years Dortmund is having particularly good relationships to Bangladesh. On the first Sunday in October, “For Kids Sake” organized their second „Rollstuhlrun – Run & Roll“ in the beautiful

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BASUG in German-Africa Diaspora Conference in Dortmund

Dortmund, June 25: The First German-Africa Diaspora Conference was held in the weekend in the international convention centre of the Technical University in Dortmund. The conference focussed on the contribution of the African and other Diasporas in Germany to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from the North-South perspectives. Above hundred representatives from African and other Diasporas in Germany, France, Netherlands, Switzerland,

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Bangladeshis get bulk of high-powered expat jobs

Source: The Daily Star. Bangladeshis form the majority of the 166,817 foreigners working in Malaysia in managerial positions and at jobs requiring technical skills, reports Malaysian newspaper, Free Malaysia Today. Bangladeshis account for 62,110 expatriates or 37 percent of the total expatriate workforce in the country, according to a report of the Malaysian home ministry. There are also high numbers of expatriates from India, China, the Philippines,

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New study finds female dominance in migration to Bangladesh cities

Source: bdnews24.com The United Nations Population Fund, UNFPA, launched the ‘Urbanization and Migration in Bangladesh’ study report on Wednesday with a call on authorities to pay attention to the new phenomenon. “This trend, despite providing girls and women with new opportunities, comes with many challenges attached, which city administrations, policy-makers and employers need to pay close attention to,” UNFPA Country Representative Argentina

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New NGO Bill: EU envoys express concern

Source: The Daily Star European countries' envoys in Dhaka yesterday expressed concern over a provision in the foreign-funded NGO law which stipulates that making “inimical” and “derogatory” remarks on the constitution and constitutional bodies by such NGOs will be an offence. The provision can prevent the smooth and timely implementation of development projects and limit the freedom of expression, said the EU Delegation to Bangladesh in

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