Human Rights Congress for Bangladeshi Minorities

Serve People. Defend Rights. Secure Justice.

aka Human Rights Congress for HRCBM   |   San Jose, CA   |  https://www.hrcbm.org

Mission

HRCBM is a registered under 501 C (3) Charitable Organization in USA and an NGO in Special Consultative Status with ECOSOC of the UN. It is also registered in many countries as an International NGO including Bangladesh, India and various countries of Europe. It is an advocacy organization and a platform for worldwide campaigning movement dedicated to protecting the human rights of the marginalized people in Bangladesh. We stand with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct, and to bring offenders to justice. We provide legal and rehabilitation services to destitute. Additionally, we provide supports to orphanages who help children of marginalized people in Bangladesh.

Ruling year info

2021

Principal Officer

Mr. Dhiman Chowdhury

Main address

2200 Eastridge Loop, Unit 731540

San Jose, CA 95173 USA

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EIN

77-0552035

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International Migration, Refugee Issues (Q71)

Women's Rights (R24)

International Relief (Q33)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Our programs

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Human Rights Advocacy

HRCBM's programs include among others, some of the following: 1) Legal service and Advocacy to end discriminatory laws against minorities in Bangladesh 2) Promote Human rights and provide humanitarian service to destitute. 3) Provide medical, legal and rehabilitation services including education to gang rape and destitute women/children 4) Campaign throughout the world to end human rights abuses against minorities in Bangladesh. The campaign includes seminars, publication (http://www.hrtribune.com) and investigation Reports and much more. 5) Support partner Orphanages and indigenous tribal in Bangladesh.

Population(s) Served
Indigenous peoples
People of Asian descent
Buddhists
Christians
Hindus

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Goals & Strategy

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1. End state sponsored discrimination against minorities in the country.
2. Bring all offenders of past and present to justice.
3. Help improve the social, cultural and economic conditions of minorities in Bangladesh.
4. Work with government to amend discriminatory law and practices guaranteeing minority equal rights.
5. End violence against women and children.
6. Provide monitoring and observation services to ensure that minority rights are protected.

1. Implement Transitional Justice to bring offenders to justice for past and present crime against minority community.
2. Legally challenge discriminatory laws and practices through Public Interest Litigations.
3. Monitor implementation of development aids ensuring that minorities are getting the fair share for their community development.
4. Work with government to implement laws and practices that guarantees minority equal rights in Bangladesh.
5. Provide legal assistance to gang rape women and girls to ensure that no criminals go unpunished.
6. Abolish the practice of impunity for criminals who are affiliated with political parties.

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Human Rights Congress for Bangladeshi Minorities

Board of directors
as of 2/23/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Chanchal Chatterjee

Sulata Mazumder

Chanchal Chatterjee

Shubash Chakrabarty

Srikant Mukherjee

Advocate Rabindra Ghosh Rabindra Ghosh

Amalendu Chatterjee

Pradip Saha

Durjoy Chowdhury

Rosaline Costa

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