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    Bangladesh needs school-centric mental health policies

    Adolescents are a susceptible age group in any society. Their mental health impacts their personal and academic life. Policies that shape adolescents’ lives are...

    How fixing the insolvency regime will open Bangladesh’s investment bottleneck

    Insolvency is a state whereby an individual or company cannot pay back its lenders. In other words, it’s when someone is bankrupt. The harsh...

    Untangling Dhaka will smoothen Bangladesh’s urban governance

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    Bangladesh and its capital Dhaka both house a major population in an extremely confined space. Bangladesh is not only the eighth most populous nation...

    Social cohesion through education in Bangladesh

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    Bangladesh has had tremendous success in attaining its education goals. Policy interventions such as public–private partnerships and subsidy programmes have been the driving forces...

    The future of the United Nations–Bangladesh relationship

    In November 2021, the Government of Bangladesh and the United Nations co-signed an important policy document: the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2022–2026...

    Bangladeshi legislators can be the best ally of people with disabilities

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    Disability prevalence data varies dramatically in Bangladesh. This is because there is no reliable data tracking mechanism for disability. Bangladesh’s latest decadal census, from...

    What is Bangladesh’s new secured transactions regime?

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    In many developing countries, businesses are unable to get low-cost, long-term loans from private lenders. This has economic repercussions. When borrowers cannot use their...

    Hope and history – rethinking the Rohingya response

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    Bangladesh has been generously hosting Rohingya refugees from Myanmar for decades, with more than 740,000 people fleeing Myanmar since August 2017. This exodus was...

    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...

    How Bangladesh can approach constitutional equality

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    In 1972, Bangladesh enacted its constitution. The country was newly liberated and war-ravaged from the previous year. Its constitution was designed with socio-political and...