In Canada there is a Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It protects citizens and other people. What the following paragraphs are about is the Charter, if there is a Charter, and how it serves the citizens in it's country.
So this is something that I found in the constitution of Bangladesh. Under 8. Fundamental Principles (1a) it stated that Absolute trust and faith in the Almighty Allah shall be the basis of all actions. In another section I found this: The state of religion is Islam, but other religions may be practiced in peace and harmony in the republic. I guess what I was trying pointing out is that there is the freedom to practice other religions, however, the religions in Bangladesh may not be as diverse as ours.
Something on another note is that in the constitution I found something about the rights of women. Its states steps shall be taken to ensure participation in all spheres of national life. I find it interesting that it says steps shall be taken because in this developing country, women are not equal. Guaranteeing that steps will be taken may be the best they can do. I think that was one of the biggest issue in my book was getting women to participate in the bank. In their society and villages it wasn't common and in most cases frowned upon.
I didn't find a charter that Bangladesh follows in my research. I think that is unfortunate because the Charter of rights and freedoms in Canada protects us and everyone deserves to be fairly treated. I don't think that it would make a large impact on poverty if the Bangladesh government installed a charter, however, I do think that it would be beneficial for them to do so.