Bringing Dalit Women to the Forefront: Realities and Challenges

The are one of the most marginalized groups in Bangladesh and are often subject to discriminatory treatment. Historically, they have been oppressed by dominant groups in mainstream society. The majority of Dalits are very poor, underprivileged, and possess limited
job opportunities.

Moreover, they are politically underrepresented and many are forced to live in inhumane conditions. They are socially excluded, stigmatized, and isolated from mainstream society.

Among the Dalit as a social group, women are the most marginalized of the marginalized. They
face a kind of double marginality: First, they are marginalized as Dalits, and second, they are
marginalized as women.

The report, published by Nagorik Uddyog, follows:

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