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Mousammat Akhi Akhter, 14, is pictured in the top left-hand corner of her 6th grade class photo in Manikganj, Bangladesh. In , when she was only 13, Akhi got married to a year-old man. She had just finished 6th grade and wanted to wait until she was older, but she says her parents felt social pressure to marry her young. Facebook Twitter Pinterest. Shima Akhter, 14, poses for a photo with her husband, year-old Mohammad Solaiman, in their home. Nasoin is bathed on her wedding day.

Landmark Islamic funeral held for sex worker in Bangladesh

Bangladeshi sex worker′s honorable funeral hailed as a landmark | News | DW |

The huge delta region formed at the confluence of the Ganges and Brahmaputra River systems - now referred to as Bangladesh - was a loosely incorporated outpost of various empires centered on the Gangetic plain for much of the first millennium A. Muslim conversions and settlement in the region began in the 10th century, primarily from Arab and Persian traders and preachers. Europeans established trading posts in the area in the 16th century. Eventually the area known as Bengal, primarily Hindu in the western section and mostly Muslim in the eastern half, became part of British India. Partition in resulted in an eastern wing of Pakistan in the Muslim-majority area, which became East Pakistan.

Bangladeshi sex worker's honorable funeral hailed as a landmark

We use cookies to improve our service for you. You can find more information in our data protection declaration. Sex workers in Bangladesh often do not get a proper burial due to social stigma. This week's burial has been met with praise by human rights activists.
The status of women in Bangladesh has been subject to many important changes over the past few centuries. Still, women in Bangladesh continue to struggle to achieve equal status to men due to societal norms that enforce restrictive gender roles as well as poor implementation of laws that were set to protect women. In legal matters, Bangladesh follows a mixed system, predominantly of common law inherited from its colonial past as well as some Islamic laws that mostly concern personal status issues. Politically, women have been comparatively prominent in the sphere: since the Prime Ministers elected were women , and the current Prime Minister , Speaker of Parliament , and the Leader of the Opposition are women as well as of The extent to which women in the region in the past has varied over time, where the status of women varied between religious and ethnic groups, as well as across social classes.