There is still hope for Myanmar, as more of its youth population is now speaking out against Suu Kyi’s...
They said youths should vote for the parties that have worked to develop Bangladesh
The experts made these statements while distributing prizes among winners who came up with innovative...
Young people won’t save us if new ideas aren’t respected
Total 150 participants from across the country have been selected to participate at the event
There is no denying that the future rests on the shoulders of young people
When it comes to private universities, quantity does not mean quality
Technological advancement eating up brain cells of the youth
Can morality be taught, like reading and writing?
This will be the 39th temporary learning centre that UNHCR has established with Brac since May 2018
World Vision says 72% of the youth population of Bangladesh are interested in receiving vocational training...
Where has our obsession with academic excellence gotten us?
To prevent any new drug from spreading, the eye should be at the top
Rabiul was a drug abuser and had four cases filed under the Narcotics Control Act
The case for reform in the government employment system
Abdur Razzak, the 30-year-old son of Islam of HazraPukur area in the city, had already given police the...
Every baton strike and every prison sentence alienates a whole generation
Every laugh under gunpoint is a revolution
If anything, the student protests showed that the future might not be so miserable after all
On July 8, Brac’s Executive Director Dr Md Musa spoke to Dhaka Tribune’s Abu Naser Rayhan...
The politicians are unsettled as they are being publicly held accountable by inquisitive youths
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