YPSA Celebrated World Environment Day, 2019

Colorfull Rally

YPSA celebrated world environment day on 5th June’19 organizing huge colorful rally and demonstration at Press club area, Chattagram. The event was participated by the representatives from different parts of the society. There were about 200 participants. Honorable DC of Chattogram Md. Eleyas Hossain, Police Commissioner, DIG of DIFE Md. …Read More

YPSA celebrates National Day on Occupational Safety and Health’ 2018

“Bangladesh is now in an irresistible step toward achieving sustainable development goal. The workers-owners both will have to contribute to this initiative together. For the sake of development of the country, keeping all the disagreements aside, the country’s industries and factories have to be enriched.” said Additional Deputy Commissioner of …Read More

Inaugural of vocational training for working children in hazardous job

Inaugural session of a six-week vocational training for the working children in hazardous job was organized on 29th November at Br. Flavian Technical School Chittagong, CARITAS where 37 children have joined in two batches. 19 children are participating in the trade of Electrical and House Wearing and 18 other children joined in the …Read More

Asian Women University-YPSA joint photo exhibition ended

Asian Women University (AWU) and YPSA jointly arranged a photo Exhibition on “Visages of the ship breaking workers-an insight in the reality of the migrant workers coming from all over Bangladesh to work in the ship breaking yards of Chittagong” during 23-25 September at Shilpakola Academy’s Art Gallery. It was …Read More

Workers rights and Environment friendly Ship breaking practice demanded

Incorporation of clauses in the proposed national policy on shipbreaking to ensure the issue of pre-cleaning of ships before breaking, establishing environmentally sound management of breaking ships, compliance with the international commitments, principle of ensuring human rights and saving environment, speakers said in a meeting in Dhaka. Young Power in …Read More