Theatre is a living performing art form, almost as old as civilization itself.
Adapting to rising sea levels
If you thought going to the moon was hard, try reversing the impacts of the Industrial Revolution. ...
Community health solutions for women in urban slums
IOM research on attitudes and practices
Restaurant workers live by this code
“I have four children. I have kept them in a separate place so that they cannot join in this profession....
The plight of tea workers in Bangladesh
The situation as it stands
A look into the rights of cleaners in Dhaka North City Corporation
A conversation with Prof Dr Imtiaz Ahmed on the Cold War context of the Liberation War, the diplomatic...
Pakistan’s refusal to recognize the Bengalis right to self-determination led to the catastrophe of 1971....
Student leader Asaduzzaman, popularly known as ‘Shaheed Asad’, was given the Independence Award this...
Genocide denial seems always to be the work of the elite – whether it is the US, China, UK or Russia,...
What happened to the Bengalis who were stranded in Pakistan in 1971?
Professor Emeritus Anisuzzaman is a man who needs no introduction. A giant of Bangladeshi academia, he...
Eyewitness accounts of the beginning of war and a nation that resisted in every way possible
Is it really working for women’s empowerment?
Encountering news about domestic violence against women has become a regular phenomenon for people in...
“What does she do?”
“Nothing – she's a housewife.”
This is a response that is all too common in Bangladeshi...
An individual’s right to equality and freedom from all forms of discrimination lies in the heart of our...
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