Shuprova Tasneem

ICJ ruling puts current global order on trial

The main question now is to what extent the ICJ order will create pressure on Israel’s allies.

4m ago

COP28’s hollow victory

It is difficult to not feel defeated by COP28’s end results.

6m ago

We must radically reimagine girls’ rights

Even in 2023, there are a number of very basic rights that Bangladeshi girls don't have.

8m ago

No more aid and no real solutions

Despite the international recognition, the global outpouring of support (at the time), and the crisis in Myanmar that has now escalated into civil war – the world seems to have moved on.

9m ago

Too unsafe to even play football?

Latest attack lays bare the relentless gendered violence faced by Bangladeshi women.

10m ago

What is the fracas on the Barishal uni question paper really about?

A Dhallywood dialogue recently created a social media storm by cropping up in a more unusual place: a question paper for Bangladesh Studies in the University of Barishal, where students were asked to examine it in the “light of British hegemony in the Indian subcontinent.”

1y ago

Forget the coronation, let’s talk about colonialism

Will the new king finally apologise for the atrocities committed in the name of the crown?

1y ago

Stories that we tell ourselves

How should a nation memorialise its history?

1y ago
January 29, 2024
January 29, 2024

ICJ ruling puts current global order on trial

The main question now is to what extent the ICJ order will create pressure on Israel’s allies.

December 17, 2023
December 17, 2023

COP28’s hollow victory

It is difficult to not feel defeated by COP28’s end results.

September 30, 2023
September 30, 2023

We must radically reimagine girls’ rights

Even in 2023, there are a number of very basic rights that Bangladeshi girls don't have.

August 25, 2023
August 25, 2023

No more aid and no real solutions

Despite the international recognition, the global outpouring of support (at the time), and the crisis in Myanmar that has now escalated into civil war – the world seems to have moved on.

August 5, 2023
August 5, 2023

Too unsafe to even play football?

Latest attack lays bare the relentless gendered violence faced by Bangladeshi women.

June 16, 2023
June 16, 2023

What is the fracas on the Barishal uni question paper really about?

A Dhallywood dialogue recently created a social media storm by cropping up in a more unusual place: a question paper for Bangladesh Studies in the University of Barishal, where students were asked to examine it in the “light of British hegemony in the Indian subcontinent.”

May 11, 2023
May 11, 2023

Forget the coronation, let’s talk about colonialism

Will the new king finally apologise for the atrocities committed in the name of the crown?

March 26, 2023
March 26, 2023

Stories that we tell ourselves

How should a nation memorialise its history?

March 6, 2023
March 6, 2023

What’s wrong with how we report on violence against women?

It is clear that the way we are talking about violence against women is not working

February 11, 2023
February 11, 2023

Our migrant workers deserve better protection

How often have you heard the term “hundi” recently? I would bet quite a few times, especially if you’ve been following the worried discussions surrounding the cost-of-living crisis and economic downturn, both at home and abroad.

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