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To achieve our common goal: a better Bangladesh and a better world, CBS partners with local and global actors on different issues and areas.

we are in partnership and affiliation with the following organisations and networks :





GCAS was founded by those deeply committed to and passionate about revitalizing the humanities and social sciences to address and redress, via critical scholarship and engaged participation, entrenched and violent power imbalances, pernicious global inequalities, and widespread ecological degradation, among other things. GCAS, in its mandate to mold and create scholars and activists is motivated by an academic resistance to stale and violent hierarchical epistemologies and pedagogies.


Fukushima Beacon for Global Citizens Network (FUKUDEN) is a non-profit, non-partisan NGO which was established in February 2014 and registered as a legal entity in June 2014.

FUKUDEN’s vision is to realize a sustainable and distributed society where human life and natural environment are protected, learning from lessons of Fukushima which has experienced the nuclear disaster.


The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) is a coalition of non-government organizations in one hundred countries advocating for a strong and effective nuclear weapon ban treaty. Negotiations on this new global agreement will take place at the United Nations in New York in 2017.


We’re an international organisation, working with over 15 million people in 45 countries for a world free from poverty and injustice.


The International Peace Bureau is dedicated to the vision of a World Without War. Our current main programme centres on Disarmament for Sustainable Development and within this, our focus is mainly on the reallocation of military expenditure. We believe that by reducing funding for the military sector, significant amounts of money could be released for social projects, domestically or abroad, which could lead to the fulfillment of real human needs and the protection of the environment. At the same time, we support a range of disarmament campaigns and supply data on the economic dimensions of weapons and conflicts.


The NGO Forum on ADB is an Asian-led network of civil society organizations (CSOs), based in Asia and the Pacific region. The Forum works for Democratic governance and equitable social, gender and environmental justice enjoyed/flourishing through Asia and the Pacific region. The Forum’s vision is to enhance the capacities of Civil Society Organizations and movements in Asia Pacific to amplify their struggles against ADB policies, projects, and programs that threaten people’s lives, the environment, and their communities . The Forum works to make the ADB responsible and accountable for the impacts of its projects and policies.

The historic Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) – adopted by overwhelming vote at the UN General Assembly in April 2013 – is the first global treaty to regulate the conventional arms trade. This momentous achievement came after more than a decade of sustained advocacy and campaigning by the Control Arms Coalition, the international alliance of non-governmental organisations working for strong international arms controls.

With over 300 civil society partner organisations in all regions of the world, Control Arms successfully campaigned for the creation and adoption of the ATT. The campaign included coordinated advocacy, research and policy analysis, international popular mobilisation, clear digital and media communications, the involvement of a wide range of stakeholder organisations, and a partnership approach with supportive governments.



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