Feminism in Bangladesh
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Feminism in Bangladesh seeks equal rights of women in Bangladesh through social and political change. Article 28 of Bangladesh constitution states that "Women shall have equal rights with men in all spheres of the State and of public life".
Muslim Family Law
- Kamini Roy was the first woman honours graduate in British India.
- Sultana Kamal is a Bangladeshi lawyer and human rights activist. She serves as the Executive Director of Ain o Salish Kendra, a civil rights organization.
- Taslima Nasrin is a feminist who is known for her criticism of religion.
- Begum Rokeya was a notable Muslim feminist.
- Syeda Razia Faiz was the first female elected member of parliament in Bangladesh.
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