“Bangladesh’s religious minorities have been facing attacks since the 2014 national election. During the elections, minority-dominated villages were the worst attacked places, where individuals and groups associated with pro-Islamist parties looted and burned properties and residences owned by members of Hindu, Christian and Buddhist religions in different parts of the country.
17 May 2017
Clergy and lay leaders from Anglican churches in south Asia are taking part in a pioneering programme designed to increase culturally sensitive theological training.
18 November 2016
The Church of Bangladesh is helping women out of poverty, in an area where child marriage was rife, by providing accommodation for female students.
04 August 2016
Women from the Anglican and United Churches of South Asia share achievements in their work with women and girls and explore challenges in seeking gender justice in their region.
16 October 2015
Cooperative for low-income women will act as 'laboratory village' for study of climate issues, says Anglican Alliance
02 June 2015
The year 2015 started with a national roundtable discussion on “World Peace and Human Civilization”
21 January 2015
Anglican Alliance Regional Facilitator for Asia, Michael Roy, reports on severe flooding across the region, that have killed hundreds of people, washed away homes and left thousands stranded.
09 September 2014
Thirteen years after the bomb attack at the Catholic Church of Baniarchar in Bangladesh which killed ten people and injured more than twenty in 2001
06 June 2014
The Church of Bangladesh is reporting some success in its Justice for Bangladeshi Garment Workers Campaign, but says that much more still needs to be done.
25 April 2014
Human rights defenders from Bangladesh, gathered in a meeting sponsored by the World Council of Churches (WCC)
26 March 2014