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Pandemic inflames violence against...

Pandemic inflames violence against...

World

Mon, Nov 23 2020

From a spike in rapes in Nigeria and South Africa, increased numbers of women missing in Peru, higher...

Police cell formed to help female victims...

Police cell to help cybercrime...

Cyber Security

Mon, Nov 16 2020

So far, 6,099 cases have been filed in Bangladesh under the Cyber Crime Act

OP-ED: No man no cry

OP-ED: No man no cry

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Nov 14 2020

A lack of gender equality hurts both sexes

Why do we need sex offenders’...

Why do we need sex offenders’...

Weekend Tribune

Fri, Nov 13 2020

Sexual harassment has turned out to be the most dangerous menace in the country, and experts believe...

ED: Let’s hear it for our...

ED: Let’s hear it for our...

Editorial

Fri, Nov 13 2020

Our peacekeeping missions have an opportunity to become examples of gender equality and women’s...

IMAGE Plus Webinar: Married Adolescent...

IMAGE Plus Webinar: Married Adolescent...

Bangladesh

Mon, Nov 2 2020

Empowering and educating adolescent girls who were married off before they turned 18 is crucial to ensuring...

Program launched to train women to tackle...

Women to be trained to tackle Covid-19...

Coronavirus

Tue, Oct 27 2020

The initiative aims to help women and young girls of Bangladesh build skills in micro-enterprise development...

OP-ED: The tree of misogyny

OP-ED: The tree of misogyny

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Oct 23 2020

Will capital punishment prevent rapes from occurring?

ED: Being there for acid survivors

ED: Being there for acid survivors

Editorial

Thu, Oct 22 2020

We have yet to reach a point where we can claim that acid violence has been completely eradicated

Main suspect in court over Pakistan...

Main suspect of Pak motorway gang rape...

South Asia

Tue, Oct 13 2020

Rape is notoriously difficult to prosecute in Pakistan, where women victims are often stigmatized and...

OP-ED: Who owns the world  and who merely...

OP-ED: Who owns the world and who merely...

Zaha Chowdhury

Sun, Oct 11 2020

Women’s occupation of public spaces should be a priority for Bangladesh 

Anti-rape protests continue to

Anti-rape protests continue to

Dhaka

Sat, Oct 10 2020

Anti-rape protests continue in city for fifth day

29m girls, women victims of modern...

29m girls, women victims of modern...

World

Sat, Oct 10 2020

Women account for 99% of all victims of forced sexual exploitation, 84% of all victims of forced marriage,...

OP-ED: From Hathras to Begumganj, the...

OP-ED: From Hathras to Begumganj, the...

Kohinur Khyum Tithila

Sat, Oct 10 2020

Let us no longer accept the unacceptable

The Complexities of Simple

The Complexities of Simple

D2

Fri, Oct 9 2020

Shorolshohojchinta

OP-ED: Every woman for herself?

OP-ED: Every woman for herself?

SN Rasul

Thu, Oct 8 2020

Every serious conversation about rape gets hijacked by pointlessness

Why do so many men rape?

Why do so many men rape?

Weekend Tribune

Wed, Oct 7 2020

In the light of current events, we’re reviving an important story about rape culture from our 2017...

ED: Enough is enough

ED: Enough is enough

Editorial

Wed, Oct 7 2020

We like to talk proudly about our many achievements and how far we have come as a nation. This means...

OP-ED: Promises of glamour as bait for...

OP-ED: Promises of glamour as bait for...

Towheed Feroze

Mon, Oct 5 2020

We must do a better job of protecting the young women of Bangladesh

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

ED: Ending child marriage is good for...

ED: Ending child marriage is good for...

Editorial

Fri, Sep 25 2020

It is high time that the curse of child marriage is eliminated from our national consciousness