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The Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance (IPAG) is a Dhaka based think tank which works to improve democratic institutions and structures in Bangladesh. It is a non-profit, self-sufficient, government-accepted international organisation that puts most of its efforts on territorial coordination and collaboration, economic excellence, state and foreign affairs, the sustainable use of natural resources to accompany the economy, religious tolerance, advancement of non-government institutions, and fair marketing tactics.
IPAG runs a study to accumulate proof relating to law-making. Its provides assistance, promotion and facilitation of discussion with key figures, as well as creating a platform where stakeholders from different streams can join together for the betterment of their respective interests. This institute has earned fame for supporting cooperation.
IPAG believes that only democratic structures grounded in justice, prudence and good administration can serve the people. It also targets economic equality, to strengthen the impoverished.
IPAG has undertaken a number of study and advisory programmes to solidify inter-religious relationships. It is currently working to enhance trust among different religious groups through discussion, study, and advisory sessions among representatives from trade, politics, religion, and intellectuals.
- The India Conference on Cyber Security and Internet Governance
- North East Connectivity Summit 2016
- The Daily Star- IPAG Dialogue Series: Bangladesh-India Relations: Progress made and the Challenges ahead
Last updated: October 2016