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    Gender

    The quest for equal inheritance in Bangladesh

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    Inheritance is the process by means of which property, assets and obligations are passed from one individual to another upon the former’s death. It...

    Bangladesh can heal from the 1971 war

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    In the darkest hours of 1971, Bangladesh, newly formed, faced horrific violence perpetrated by the Pakistan army. Bangladesh, a newly proclaimed independent country, was...

    Icchedana fights child marriage in Bangladesh

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    According to a 2020 report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), globally around 20% of girls were married before the age of 18....

    Can Bangladesh tackle violence against women through water and sanitation?

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    ‘You just need to bear it,’ Salma’s parents told her when she sought to escape from physical abuse in her marital home. The social...

    Hope for reparations? Bangladesh learns justice with Birangona

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    Bangladesh is built from the blood, sweat and tears of ordinary people, particularly women and girls. From the streets to the highest offices of...

    Mobile money in the time of covid-19

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    No other phenomenon in our lifetime has changed the world as momentously as covid-19. Beyond affecting the health of populations, it has impacted the...

    The women, peace and security agenda in contemporary Bangladesh

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    Many countries are witnessing political turmoil, which has led to situations of conflict that are endangering peace and security both domestically and across regions....

    The story of women in politics in Bangladesh

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    Women in politics have a long history on the Indian subcontinent. On the territory of what is today Bangladesh, women organising to claim their...

    The question of sexual violence laws in Bangladesh

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    Since independence, mandated by its international and constitutional obligation, Bangladesh has enacted various legislations to safeguard women and children from violence. As a signatory...

    Cohesive education in the time of covid-19

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    Bangladesh’s extraordinary development trajectory has established the country as a paragon of neoliberal growth – a remarkable feat for a young nation saddled with...