Mustafizur Rahman

Recommendations of the CPD conference on Development with Equity and Justice: immediate asks for the newly elected government

Bangladesh recently held general elections and a new government is now in place. Amidst the country’s many priorities, though, which issues are most important for poverty reduction? From 28-29 March 2009, the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) consulted with members of parliament, policy-makers, academics, activists, development practitioners and civil society to identify key action points.. Read More


Measuring for monitoring: The state of data for SDGs in Bangladesh

The Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), a leading think tank from Bangladesh, is conducting the Bangladesh case study of the Post-2015 Data Test. Over the course of the research project, CPD will examine the challenges and opportunities for applying and measuring progress on a universal, country specific post-2015 development agenda in Bangladesh. To do this,.. Read More