Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist & Christian Unity Council, USA

A Human Rights Advocacy Group promoting secular, pluralistic democracy and equal rights for the religious and ethnic minorities in Bangladesh.



Bangladesh Hindu, Buddhist & Christian Unity Council, USA (BHBCUC, USA) was established in New York City in 1990 by the expatriate Bangaldeshi Hindus, Buddhsits and Christians then residing primarily in the New York-New Jersey- Connecticut tri-state area. We are a nonprofit, public benefit organization, independent of any government, political ideology or economic interest and are funded by our memebrship and public donations.
Our vision is for every citizen of Bangldesh to enjoy all the rights enshrined in the Universal Delcaration of Human Rights and other human rights standards, regardless of their religious affiliation and ethnicity. We seek to help the religious and ethnic minorities of Bangaldesh regain their rights as equal citizens of the country that they had been guaranteed in the country's first constitution, written in 1972, and live there with human dignity.
We intend to accomplish these goals by enlisting the human rights organizations, international bodies such as the United Nations, international media, and the legislators, memebrs of the civil societies and governments of democratic nations, including that of Bangladesh.

Advisory Council
Board of Directors
Executive Committee

Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist & Christian Unity Council, USA

25-39 70th Street, 2nd Floor, East Elmhurst, NY 11370, U.S.A
Phone: (646) 240 - 5840; (646) 919 - 2822; (212) 792 - 0433
Fax: (718) 937 - 6003, Email:

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