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OP-ED: The plough that broke the...

OP-ED: The plough that broke the...

Editorial

Sun, Mar 28 2021

Sometimes turning the other cheek doesn’t work

OP-ED: How women in East Asia became...

OP-ED: How women in East Asia became...

Alice Evans

Sun, Mar 14 2021

Rural patriarchy in South Asia, instead of being undermined as in East Asia, has been reinforced by economic...

ED: No country for women

ED: No country for women

Editorial

Sun, Oct 4 2020

News of rape and sexual abuse and harassment have become daily occurrences

OP-ED: Awakening from an American...

OP-ED: Awakening from an American...

Nisar Ahmed

Thu, Sep 17 2020

A brief history of slavery and oppression

OP-ED: Using the pandemic for political...

OP-ED: Using pandemic for political...

Omer Aijazi

Sat, Sep 12 2020

A just world won’t come about by magic

OP-ED: How can we do better? Let’s...

OP-ED: How can we do better? Let’s...

Swikriti Dasgupta

Tue, Jun 23 2020

Addressing systemic racism within us requires difficult conversations

A rape victim’s past has nothing to...

A rape victim’s past has nothing to...

Editorial

Tue, Jan 21 2020

Our legal system fails rape victims on a regular basis

Poems for the fight against...

Poems for the fight against...

Nation

Sat, Jan 18 2020

The event, chaired by the prominent Lyricist Hasan Fakri, was held at “Bhuiya bari” in Sirajnagar...

Proof of our inhumanity

Proof of our inhumanity

Nadia Kabir Barb

Sat, Jan 18 2020

We need only look at the world around us to see the evidence of our immense capacity for inflicting...

The day Bangabandhu came home

The day Bangabandhu came home

Editorial

Thu, Jan 9 2020

Let us promise ourselves to become better as a people, and as a nation

Tourism in a troubled state?

Tourism in a troubled state?

Towheed Feroze

Mon, Sep 30 2019

Is Saudi Arabia right to seek tourism amidst human rights concerns?

A glittering bait to the trap but not...

A glittering bait to the trap but not...

Kyaw Win

Wed, Jul 31 2019

Even the international community has fallen for it

The best a woman can be

The best a woman can be

Luba Khalili

Fri, Jan 18 2019

Undoing generations of harmful constructs is easier said than done

Dying by the numbers

Dying by the numbers

Momtaj Monwara

Thu, Nov 22 2018

Peace seems like a distant dream for the suffering Yemenis

#MeToo, et tu?

#MeToo, et tu?

Qazi Mustabeen Noor

Thu, Nov 15 2018

You push it down, you push it down 

The clash of the castes

The clash of the castes

Sarwar Jahan Chowdhury

Wed, Jun 27 2018

India’s stability will depend on how well it deals with problems of the caste system

Ramadan meditations: Palestine needs...

Ramadan meditations: Palestine needs...

Shireen Pasha

Thu, May 31 2018

We need to lobby around the world for smart, strategic, and long-term support

Facing modern challenges

Facing modern challenges

Selina Mohsin

Thu, May 17 2018

The Santal way of life is endangered, but the community still perseveres

Can the #MeToo movement  prevent...

Can the #MeToo movement prevent...

Anik Kabir

Mon, May 14 2018

Women’s security and armed conflict may have more in common than you think

Fear and anxiety in the CHT

Fear and anxiety in the CHT

John Tripura

Thu, May 10 2018

Violence rages on in the CHT while implementation of the peace accord remains a far cry

Feminism: Chapter 1

Feminism: Chapter 1

Magazine

Thu, Mar 8 2018

It all can be summed up in a great bunch of #hashtags. #Women, #leadership, #women_leaders, #inspirational_women,...