The laws we have in place to prevent incidents of domestic violence are nowhere near enough
Only 85% of women could be fitted with a respirator, compared to 95% of men, while men were also more...
We must invest towards increasing breastfeeding rates in Bangladesh
Men need to stand up to injustices committed against women
We must not retreat from critiquing the systematic and structural exploitation of women
It is women who have been hit hardest by the absence of trade
Officially they are referred to as volunteers and the government gives them an allowance of $13 a...
Ever since the first death from Covid was announced in Bangladesh in March, doctors have regularly made...
Friendship Colours of the Chars is producing effective 3-layered fabric masks to support and sustain...
CARE Bangladesh is distributing more than 50,000 packs of sanitary napkins among disadvantaged communities...
Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin is under investigation for a rape allegation
In the face of the unprecedented catastrophe created by COVID-19, BRAC is determined to stand beside...
The civil society organizations participating in the Gender Monitoring Network facilitated by UN Women,...
Other countries have been doing it for years, so why not us?
There is existentialism, and there is existentialism
Bangladesh now features among the top countries in the contribution of women peacekeepers, says Bangladesh...
There is absolutely nothing shameful or gross about it
Bangladesh’s contribution to UN peacekeeping forces is a matter of great national pride
We cannot ignore the importance of gender in the fight against climate change
It is crucial that we take a step back in this moment to assess why men are dying more while women are...
Learning from the Covid-19 shock
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