Bangladesh fights on for a better future
Panelists at DLF discuss conflict writers must deal with within themselves and within society
Authors and journalists discuss inequality in the contemporary world and how that informs their...
A performance by Her Story foundation
From Bob The Builder, who can fix anything, to the enchanting world of Wereworld, Curtis Jobling has...
William Dalrymple presentshis new book
"Bangabandhu: Lost legend" was an hour-long panel conducted at the Abdul Karim Shaittyabisharad...
Tackling the taboo
The meeting was facilitated by Imrul Hasan Khan, Director, Programmes and Operations, RedOrange Media...
From 2004, the Liberation War Museum of Bangladesh started a nation-wide programme where school-going...
Most people around us are not even aware of the necessity of seeking consent
Growing up in Kuwait where sex is considered a taboo topic, the presence of a ‘feminine’...
A lot of the times, when we talk of women at work, we tend to
Being a homosexual woman in a patriarchal society
Privately contracted cleaners, even in the formal sector, are living off subsistence earnings
How the majority of female workers are still trapped as low-wage, flexible labour
The case for a re-standardization of Bangla
Was 1952 the beginning or the middle ?
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