In 2013, Bangladesh has sought Brazil's support for its candidature at the Human Rights Council in 2015 and Non-permanent seat of the UN Security Council for 2016-17 term. In 2014, Brazil assured its support to Bangladesh for the posts of United Nations Human Rights Commission and CEDAW (The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women). Bangladesh also supported Brazil's candidature for the post of Director General of World Trade Organization. Brazil has also given Bangladesh given $3 million in aid for disaster management.
Cooperation in culture, education and agriculture
In 2011, Brazil proposed to sign an agreement for cooperation in various potential sectors, including agriculture, health, education and sports. In 2014, Brazil has expressed its interest in extending cooperation to Bangladesh for agricultural development.
The bilateral trade between the two countries stood at US$700 million as of 2013. Brazil's main export to Bangladesh include agricultural products like sugar. Bangladesh has been exporting jute, ready made garments and pharmaceutical products.