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    Proceed with caution, and hope

    Protecting lives and livelihoods was the challenge facing the world as soon as it became clear that covid-19 was here to stay. Governments around...

    Reopen and reimagine: the post-covid-19 economy

    As Bangladesh recovers from the ravages of covid-19 and the economy reopens, both government and business must face an important fact: the world is...

    Data, digitalisation and public welfare post-covid-19

    As oil was once the new gold, data is now the new oil. The 2009 political promise to establish a “Digital Bangladesh” heralded the...

    A new compact for the creative community?

    The covid-19 pandemic had a sudden and substantial impact on the arts and cultural sector. The global health crisis and the uncertainty resulting from...

    Getting all Bangladeshis to wear masks

    The case for universal mask use to slow the spread of covid-19 is disarmingly simple: people with respiratory illnesses must wear masks to avoid...

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    MUJIB

    This issue frames-out the thematic policy actions and the progressive outlook of Bangladesh’s first government on independent soil: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s administration. Little is known about the post-independence period, especially around Mujib government’s efforts in nation-building, post-war reconstruction and governance. This issue delves into the various and little-discussed challenges that Mujib faced in building Bangladesh back up from scratch. The issue also outlines lesson which remain relevant today.

    Proceed with caution, and hope

    Protecting lives and livelihoods was the challenge facing the world as soon as it became clear that covid-19 was here to stay. Governments around the world struggled to find the difficult balance between the two. Shutting down sectors that...

    Reopen and reimagine: the post-covid-19 economy

    As Bangladesh recovers from the ravages of covid-19 and the economy reopens, both government and business must face an important fact: the world is...

    Data, digitalisation and public welfare post-covid-19

    As oil was once the new gold, data is now the new oil. The 2009 political promise to establish a “Digital Bangladesh” heralded the...

    A new compact for the creative community?

    The covid-19 pandemic had a sudden and substantial impact on the arts and cultural sector. The global health crisis and the uncertainty resulting from...

    Getting all Bangladeshis to wear masks

    The case for universal mask use to slow the spread of covid-19 is disarmingly simple: people with respiratory illnesses must wear masks to avoid...

    Friendship towards all was a masterstroke

    As Bangladesh prepares to celebrate the birth centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the revered founding father of the country, and as this youngest...

    Emerging from the village to mark a new country on the map

    Very few people in history can be credited with accomplishing what Mujib has accomplished. Yet many students of world history know very little of...

    Economic development through political stability

    Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Second Revolution represented a significant chapter in Bangladesh’s history. Through the formation of BaKSAL – Bangladesh Krishak Sramik Awami League...

    Mujib’s economic policies and their relevance today

    Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s economic policies were guided by his vision of establishing a democratic state with a just and equitable social order. He...

    How Mujib co-managed one of the largest relief operations in the world

    The 1972 post-liberation period in Bangladesh was chaotic. A number of challenges needed emergency attention, and a course of action had to be...

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    Proceed with caution, and hope

    Protecting lives and livelihoods was the challenge facing the world as soon as it became clear that covid-19 was here to stay. Governments...

    Reopen and reimagine: the post-covid-19 economy

    As Bangladesh recovers from the ravages of covid-19 and the economy reopens, both government and business must face an important fact: the world...

    Data, digitalisation and public welfare post-covid-19

    As oil was once the new gold, data is now the new oil. The 2009 political promise to establish a “Digital Bangladesh” heralded...

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