Undoing generations of harmful constructs is easier said than done
Peace seems like a distant dream for the suffering Yemenis
You push it down, you push it down
India’s stability will depend on how well it deals with problems of the caste system
We need to lobby around the world for smart, strategic, and long-term support
The Santal way of life is endangered, but the community still perseveres
Women’s security and armed conflict may have more in common than you think
Violence rages on in the CHT while implementation of the peace accord remains a far cry
It all can be summed up in a great bunch of #hashtags. #Women, #leadership, #women_leaders, #inspirational_women,...
While moving ahead with any social reform, we must consider how it affects women
What does the #metoo movement look like in a less liberal society?
For true repatriation, the Rohingya must return not to Rakhine, but to Myanmar
There’s a reason why women need special seats in a bus
Within the talks of repatriation and security, the Rohingya seem to be falling through the cracks
We have to ensure that the Rohingya of today do not become the terrorists of tomorrow
Myanmar’s insistence that the campaign is merely a response to the ARSA attack thus no longer holds...
Now more than ever, we need to know what that word means
No one ever chooses to be radicalized
The violence must stop
Are we safe, even when we are with our friends?
A personal account of March 1971
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