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August 292019

“Rohingya Influx in Bangladesh: Challenges Ahead”

August 29, 2019

Since the brutal military crackdown on the Rohingya ethnic group by the Myanmar army in August 2017 in the northwest Rakhine state, an influx of around 700,000 ethnic Rohingyas have fled to Bangladesh causing multifaceted challenges for the country. Hence, marking the two years of that brutal clampdown, Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA) organised a symposium on “Rohingya Influx in Bangladesh: Challenges Ahead” on August 29, 2019 at BILIA’s own Auditorium.

July 112019

“Maritime Issues in the Bay of Bengal Region”

July 11, 2019

The Bay of Bengal (BoB) is emerging as a new region of trade, commerce, connectivity, and dispute as well. The littoral states of the BoB as well as other external actors are now engaging themselves within the region because of its growing geo-strategic importance. Thus, to discuss about several aspects of the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA), the oldest civil society think tank has recently organised a day-long regional conference on “Maritime Issues in the Bay of Bengal Region”.

June 292019

“Article 35 of the Constitution: Towards Better Protection of Rights of the Accused”

June 29, 2019

Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA) organized a conference on Article 35 of the Constitution (Protection in respect of trial and punishment) on 29 June 2019 at BILIA Auditorium. The Constitution of Bangladesh confers such protection as a right to an individual and such right to be exercised from pre-trial till post- trial stages.


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Book Cover
Case Management in Reducing Backlog:
Towards Transplant of Australian
Practice to Bangladesh Courts
Ummey Tahura, ed.
Tk. 400/-
02 Intelligence, National Security & Foreign Policy: A South Asian Narrative
ASM Ali Ashraf, ed.
Tk. 750/-
03 Bangladesh in International Relations: 2012-2013
C.R. Abrar
Tk. 500/-
Tk. 250/-
04 Petroleum Contracts: Stability and Risk Management in Developing Countries
Abdullah Al-Faruque
Tk. 500/-
- Tk. 350/-

05 Bangladesh Journal of International Affairs
Regular Publication
Tk. 350/-
Tk. 150/-
Student - 100/-
06 Judicial Training in the New Millennium. An Anatomy of BILIA Judicial Training with Difference
Wali-ur Rahman and Mohammad Shahabuddin
Tk. 450/-
Tk. 250/-
07 President Clinton's Journey for Democracy, Development and Cooperation in South Asia
Wali-ur Rahman and Ashrafuzzaman
Tk. 200/-
Tk. 100/-
08 Rights of the Citizen under the Constitution and Law
F.K.M.A. Munim
Tk. 100/-
Tk. 80/-
09 No Better Option
Hamida Hossain, Salma Sobhan and Roushan Jahan
Tk. 250/-
Tk. 150/-
10 Banglar Rajnitite Udarponthi Muslim Rajnitikder Bhumika
Prof. Imtiaz Ahmed
Tk. 200/-
Tk. 150/-
11 Why SAARC Is Less-Effectives?
Noor Mohammad Sarker
Tk. 50/-
Tk. 30/-
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