Dr.Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury, Honourable State Minister, Ministry of Women and Child Affairs (Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh) was expressing the concerns of the Bangladesh government vis-à-vis the process of repatriation of Bangladeshi adolescents and children found in India as the chief guest of the convergence.
ministry, Maharashtra. Dr.Kamal Uddin Ahmed, Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs, and focal chairperson of the RRRI taskforce in Bangladesh was joined .
The consultation’s proceedings and discussions were centered on findings from two documents that were inaugurated by Dr.Mizanur Rehman, Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission in Bangladesh. These documents have been developed by SANJOG, with assistance from Groupe Developpement, ECPAT Luxembourg, Air France, Oak Foundation, Ministry of External Affairs, Luxembourg and the European Commission.
The documents outlined certain key observations relating to the repatriation process of children and adolescents who migrate and/or are trafficked into India from Bangladesh. These observations are meant to draw the attention of policy makers to the following: