CPD to organise virtual conference to explore Bangladesh’s developments over 50 years

    The Center for Political Dialogue (CPD) will host a virtual international conference to explore developments in the country in various dimensions, including politics, economy, society and culture, as part of the effort to celebrate the golden jubilee of its independence. Bangladesh.

    The conference will be organized in collaboration with Cornell University, USA.

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    Experts from around the world will attend the conference, the CPD said in a statement today.

    The proposed event aims to deepen the understanding of the multifaceted developments in Bangladesh over the last 50 years and also to explore the processes that led to these changes.
    The CPD Board of Directors decided to arrange the event at its 57th virtual meeting on 4 August.
    The CPD Board evaluated CPD-related research and activities during January-June 2021.
    The Governing Board approved the CPD’s plan for research, dialogue, publication and outreach activities for July-December 2021 and also approved the interim accounts for January-June 2021 and the budget for the financial year. 2021-22.

    Chaired by CPD President Professor Rehman Sobhan, the Board meeting was attended by members of Trustee Khushi Kabir, Nijera Kori Coordinator. M Syeduzzaman, former Minister of Finance. Syed Manzur Elahi, President of the APEX Group. Attorney Sultana Kamal, former executive director of Ain o Salish Kendra. Dr Debapriya Bhattacharya, Distinguished Partner of the CPD. Professor Syed Manzoorul Islam, a former professor in the Department of English at the University of Dhaka. Parveen Mahmud FCA, CEO of Grameen Telecom Trust and former President of ICAB. Professor Mustafizur Rahman, distinguished collaborator of the CPD. Professor Rounaq Jahan, Distinguished Associate, and Dr Fahmida Khatun, Executive Director.

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