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Justice Naima Haider distributing certificates among the participants of a 5-Day long \'International Summer School of Human Rights\' jointly organized by Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW), Knowledge Steez, India and Daffodil International University rec

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A 5-day long 'International Summer School of Human Rights' jointly organized by Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW), Knowledge Steez, India and Daffodil International University (DIU) ended through certificate giving ceremony at 71 Milonayoton of Daffodil International University recently.
Justice Naima Haider, Judge, High Court Division of Supreme Court, Bangladesh distributed certificate among the participants as Chief Guest while Prof Dr SM Mahbub Ul Haque Majumder, Acting Vice Chancellor of DIU was present as guest of honor.
Beside this, Md. Amiruzzaman, Honorary Consul, Consulate of the Republic of Seychelles in Dhaka and Prof Dr Farhana Helal Mehtab, Associate Dean of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of DIU was present as special guests.
  Presided over by Lt Gen (Rtd) M Nooruddin Khan, President, Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW) the program was also addressed by Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay, Assistant Professor of Galgotia University and Founder of Knowledge Steez and Barrister Rizwana Yousuf, Director (Economics Division) of Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW).  
In this summer school program held from 1-5 July 2018 at DIU, around 50 participants and delegates from India, Nepal and Bangladesh took part and attended many workshops and seminars on human right.
Addressing as chief guest Justice Naima Haider said that human rights is not only for women, not only for child, not only for Hindus, not only for Muslims, not only for Buddhists or Christians.
Human rights need for all.  We have to raise our voice for all kind of people.  
Justice Naima Haider said to the students, future of the earth is depending on you. If you show activeness to save human rights then it will be possible to make a human world.
Let Gen (Retd) M  Nooruddin Khan said to his presidential speech that Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW) feeling proud for arranging this summer program in Bangladesh first time. In future this program will arrange as large scale.
Let. Gen (Retd) M. Nooruddin Khan gave thank to Daffodil International University and Knowledge Steez for their cooperation.
Let Gen (Retd) M Nooruddin Khan also said, we have to give proper knowledge about human rights among our young students.  
Because the future world is depend on them. They will lead the future world. So we have to grow our young people through human rights education.

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