For a world of Freedom. The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) is the foundation for liberal politics in the Federal Republic of Germany. It aims to promote the goal of making the principle of freedom valid for the dignity of all people and in all areas of society, both in Germany and abroad. Established in 1958 in Germany, we now have offices in more than 50 countries all across the globe. FNF Bangladesh provides civic education on liberal principles with activities on Free Market Economy, Good Governance and Digital Transformation. We are working for freedom in Bangladesh since 2012, registered under the Bangladesh NGO Affairs Bureau.
Call for Internship
The Bangladesh Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF Bangladesh) in Dhaka is inviting applications from skilled and motivated young people to apply for a long-term internship to work with our Support, Programme and Financial Management Team. The purpose of the internship is to provide an opportunity for individuals to substantively contribute to and learn from our work.
Request for Proposal for Tax Consultancy Services
The Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) is a German based political foundation and registered under the NGO Affairs Bureau in Bangladesh. FNF Bangladesh works to promote liberal values, free market economy, good governance, and digital transformation. Among other things, the Dhaka Office of FNF is required to deduct VAT and Tax as per the laws of Bangladesh.
Looking for Freelancers/Companies to optimize the quality of our digital contents
The Project Office of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF Bangladesh) in Dhaka is looking for freelancers/companies in an effort to optimize the quality of our digital contents from 01 May 2021 until 31 December 2023 in a retainer basis.
In Bangladesh, “Infodemic” is more Dangerous and Worrying than the Coronavirus Pandemic
The first three known cases of COVID-19 were reported in Bangladesh on 8 March 2020 by IEDCR. Referring to the spread of fake news around the coronavirus, the Director General of WHO used the term “Infodemic”. Thanks to the massive usage of Internet, smart phones and social media such as Facebook and WhatsApp, misinformation and fake news related to the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 is more viral than the virus itself.
Centralized Policies, Delayed Actions and a Pandemic
As months pass by since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, slowly but surely, the world is learning that this is not solely a healthcare crisis. The crisis has cast doubt on the priorities of governments vis-à-vis an unseen enemy. An enemy which has brought to the fore the dissimilarities in the actions of different polities all over the world in facing the challenge. While some countries adopted prompt preventive and mitigative measures to flatten the endemic curve, others failed to act timely.
Fostering Entrepreneurship in Bangladesh
Change is constant. Freedom means change, and there is no better time to change than now. Sticking to the same values and dedication towards freedom, the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) is reconstructing its strategy across the globe to fine-tune its messages and reinforce its campaign for freedom, amid threats to liberal values. FNF identifies itself as a creative innovative platform, because innovation is the most liberal response to change.
Deadly Traffic Sparks Unrest
On July 29, a speeding bus killed two students on their way to school in Bangladesh’s capital Dhaka. The deadly accident sparked mass protests with students demanding more safety on the roads from the authorities. In a country where fatal road collisions are quite common, the students’ death could have passed as an everyday occurrence. But this time it triggered widespread anger on social media, a wave of student protests and a brutal crackdown by the authorities.