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Sanem: 1% rise in women employment can...

Sanem: 1% rise in women employment can...

Business

Sun, Aug 29 2021

If Bangladesh can increase women employment by only 10 percentage points, it would result in an additional...

ILO: No recovery in global jobs market...

'No recovery in global jobs market until...

Development

Wed, Jun 2 2021

Women, young people and the 2 billion people working in informal sectors have been hardest hit

Prioritizing employment generation a...

Prioritizing employment generation a...

Business

Mon, May 31 2021

This requires increasing decentralized government projects and focusing on the desired development of...

ED: When they come back home

ED: When they come back home

Editorial

Mon, May 10 2021

Migrant workers, once no longer employed overseas, had little in the way of support from their own...

OP-ED: What are the universities...

OP-ED: What are the universities...

Rafeed Elahi Chowdhury

Mon, Mar 22 2021

Why we need to restructure higher education

ED: Investing in girls pays...

ED: Investing in girls pays...

Editorial

Sun, Mar 14 2021

There remains plenty of work to be done before Bangladesh can truly claim to be gender-equal

Ministry of Expatriate Welfare and Overseas...

Ministry of Expatriate Welfare warns...

Migration

Wed, Nov 18 2020

The ministry is trying to ensure no one is manipulated by brokers and everyone is aware of the proper...

Poverty stalks US middle class amid...

Poverty stalks US middle class amid...

North America

Wed, Oct 28 2020

8 million more people have been driven into poverty as the US struggles with the world's biggest...

PrivaShe Hackathon 2020 by PrivaC

PrivaShe Hackathon 2020 by PrivaC

D2

Sat, Oct 10 2020

Virtually Creating Education and Employment Opportunities through Technology & Innovation during...

Thousands of Indonesians protest against...

Indonesians protest against passage...

Asia Pacific

Tue, Oct 6 2020

People fear losing pensions and insurance if they are made contract workers for life due to the law

OP-ED: Despite all odds

OP-ED: Despite all odds

Brig Gen Qazi Abidus Samad

Sun, Oct 4 2020

Some companies and owners have remained committed to their workers during the pandemic

ED: Empowerment through employment

ED: Empowerment through employment

Editorial

Fri, Oct 2 2020

During the Covid-19 pandemic, women have been hit especially hard by economic downturns

OP-ED: Neurodiversity at work benefits...

OP-ED: Neurodiversity at work benefits...

The Conversation

Sat, Sep 26 2020

Why people with autism can strengthen companies

Covid-19: Employment takes a serious...

Covid-19: Employment takes a serious...

Coronavirus

Wed, Sep 23 2020

'It is a matter of shame for me that despite being the eldest son of the family, I remain...

OP-ED: The road to defeating workplace...

OP-ED: The road to defeating workplace...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Tue, Sep 22 2020

Looking at the case of Saudi Arabia, and how it may apply to other nations

OP-ED: How Covid-19 could shape the...

OP-ED: How Covid-19 could shape the...

Debra Efroymson

Sun, Jul 26 2020

We cannot simply return to the same jobs that we have lost

OP-ED: Can civil society help overcome...

OP-ED: Can civil society help overcome...

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Jul 24 2020

How these organizations can provide invaluable knowledge to weather a pandemic

OP-ED: Put the focus on food, health,...

OP-ED: Put the focus on food, health,...

Mazher Mir

Sat, Jul 4 2020

Can Covid-19 present an opportunity to pursue development the right way?

ED: Retailers should hold up their end...

ED: Retailers should hold up their end...

Editorial

Fri, Jun 26 2020

These retailers must be held accountable for the orders they had placed

ED: Averting a crisis within a...

ED: Averting a crisis within a...

Editorial

Thu, Jun 25 2020

Most of their home countries will not have the capacity to incorporate them back into their own economies...

ED: Taking care of the jobless

ED: Taking care of the jobless

Editorial

Thu, Jun 11 2020

Our focus should no doubt shift to the ones most affected by the pandemic