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Ms. Shaheen Anam, Executive Director of Manusher Jonno Foundation addressing as the chief guest at the seminar on “Role of Youth in equal dignity of Men and Women” held today at Auditorium -71 of Daffodil International University. Professor Dr. Yousuf Mahbubul Islam, Vice Chancellor of Daffodil International University is also seen in the picture.

Speakers at the seminar said, all repression and abuse of women in our country is responsible for not establishing equal dignity of women, not to show respect to women’s work. So, first of all, it requires economical recognition of women’s household work. When women will become economically independent and self-reliant, then society will look into them in the eye of dignity. They said these while speaking at the seminar on “Role of Youth in equal dignity of Men and Women” held today at Auditorium -71 of Daffodil International University. Daffodil International University (DIU) in association with Mattra and Manusher Jonno Foundation organized the seminar to mark International Women's Day today on 16 March 2017 (Thursday).

Ms. Shaheen Anam, Executive Director of Manusher Jonno Foundation was the chief guest in the seminar. Professor Dr. Yousuf Mahbubul Islam, Vice Chancellor of Daffodil International University presided over the seminar. The Seminar was also addressed by Professor Dr. A M M Hamidur Rahman, Dean, Faculty of Humanities and Social Science, Professor Dr. Golam Maowla Choudhury, Proctor, Syed Mizanur Rahman, Director of Student Affairs of Daffodil Intewrnational University and Ms. Bonosree Mitra Nieogi, Senior Coordinator of Manusher Jonno Foundation.
Addressing as the chief guest Ms. Shaheen Anam said, The main objective of our Liberation War was to build a society of equal dignity for Men and Women, But it’s a matter of great regret that after a long time of our independence, we could not build a discrimination-free society yet. Terming the youth as the key architect of all of our movement, she urges the youth to change their attitude towards women and come forward to build up the men and women discrimination-free society.

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