Councillor Imran Chowdhury, BEM - the founder of Cohesive Society, an award-winning charity in the UK. The charity is engaged in connecting diverse communities. Hoisted the Flag of Bangladesh at University of Northampton to mark the 51st Victory day of Bangladesh's Independence.
Mr Chowdhury wears a few feathers in his cap. To mention a few -
Who is a living testament to Bangladesh's Independence and its victory.
Lieutenant Chowdhury is also a historian who inspired many of us with the events of our war of independence.
Mr Chowdhury also made the inaugural speech outlining and narrating the history of Bangladesh and her war of Independence.
The Programme was initiated by Cllr Naz Islam a well known community personality from Northampton engaged in organising various events for the wider diverse communities to know about the Bangladeshi diaspora and its glorious past.
The event attracted a wider spectrum of people from all walks of life, students, businessmen and women, University teachers, member of Parliament and member of the House Lords. Representatives from British Army were also present during the event.
Students from www.stunited.org and the executives of Stunited
Connecting diverse communities, building brighter futures. We inspire integration to achieve cohesion. Cohesive Society is an organisation based in Northampton, UK, which works on projects across the United Kingdom promoting community activities between marginal communities and the wider society. We believe migrant communities should thrive within British culture. We, therefore, encourage people to improve their English and communication skills. We also support individuals from ethnic minority communities – especially women – to develop their vocational skills, so that they can achieve their employment potential.