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    Youth

    Blended learning can transform Bangladeshi classrooms

    Since Bangladesh’s independence in 1971, the country’s education system has faced challenges and passed milestones. Its education policies have been focused primarily on access...

    Dhaka’s juggle with digitalisation and demography

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    In a fast-paced global environment, nations need to harness their youth if they want to drive progress. With its large youth bulge, Bangladesh is...

    Wage policy to protect Bangladeshi workers

    2026 will be a watershed year for Bangladesh. This is when the country will graduate from the United Nations least developed countries list. In...

    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....

    A new look at youth-engagement

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    Adolescents make up a significant share of Bangladesh’s population. This age demography has created a ‘youth bulge’ in the country’s population pyramid. Those in...

    Smart Bangladesh is prosperous, equitable and caring

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    ‘Only those who can see the invisible can do the impossible.’ This quote has been attributed to a number of people, including Albert Einstein,...

    Can slow fashion transform Bangladesh’s garment industry?

    Bangladesh is currently the second largest readymade garment (RMG) exporter in the world. However, although the RMG sector contributes around 83% of all export...

    Fractured minds and unchecked online content fuelling radicalisation

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    In 2010, critically acclaimed US social critic Noam Chomsky said in an interview, ‘Everyone’s worried about stopping terrorism. Well, there’s really an easy way:...

    Reskilling for the 21st century

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    The world of work is changing. To be successful in the 21st century, economies will need to create workforces that can learn new skills....

    Why labour theories fail in Bangladesh

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    Youth participation in a labour force and in the country’s development outcomes is intertwined. It affects growth, human capital and social norms. Labour force...