SEHD Launched its three new books: (i) Shores of Tear, (ii) Bangladesh: Land, Forest and Forest People (English, 3rd Edition), and (iii) The Environmental Impacts of the Pulp and Paper Industry in Bangladesh and one documentary film, "Shores of Tear" at CIRDAP Auditorium on 29 June 2014. These new production and publications of SEHD present critical insights on some of the key environmental issues of Bangladesh and how we address the climate change issues on the ground.
The EU ambassador visited tea communities in their labour line in Srimongol on 17 March 2014. He condemned extreme low wages to tea workers.
The Society for Environment and Human Development (SEHD) organized a four-day residential workshop titled, "Study and rethinking rights of tea workers" in Srimongol in Maulvibazar district from 8-11 February 2014.
SEHD books "The Chittagong Hill Tracts: Man-Nature Nexus Torn" and "Energy Challenges and Phulbari Crisis" launched
SEHD launched two new books: (i) The Chittagong Hill Tracts: Man-Nature Nexus Torn and (ii) Energy Challenges and Phulbari Crisis on 26 June 2013 at the National Press Club VIP Lounge. The books present facts, anecdotes, images, essential information and analyses on crucial and critical issues that relate to the state of environment in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) and energy.
Launches of photography exhibition, “Ambushed by Greed: The Chak Story” and book, “The Chaks: Life on the Fringe" held at 02:30 PM on 15 June 2013 at the Bandarban Shishu Academy.
[24 Apr 2012]
SEHD conducted a training session for members of Simsaka, a Garo woman group engaging in ecological farming with SEHD, on how to raise Basak (Malabarnut or Vasak) plants and harvest its leaves, preserve and market. Held on 20 April 2012 at the SEHD nursery in Rajghati village in Modhupur, the practical session was conducted by Mohammad Rafiqul Islam.
[28 Mar 2012]
The Society for Environment and Human Development (SEHD) organized a training for 25 journalists on investigative reporting from March 22 to 25 (2012) at the YWCA auditorium in Dhaka. Journalists from 18 districts working with national and regional dailies and weeklies took part at the workshop.