Sultana Kamal

The writer is Executive Director, Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK) and former advisor to the Caretaker Government.

The National Human Rights Commission has fundamental flaws

The NHRC is riddled with many issues that prevent it from executing its mandated duty of upholding human rights in the country.

6m ago

Both parties must exhibit conscience and actively support a fair election

The Awami League and BNP could mutually agree to a code of conduct, pledging to ensure a free and fair election.

7m ago

Healing the wounded: Another field of battle

Besides taking up arms to directly fight in the war in 1971, many women also joined the war effort as nurses and doctors to provide medical care for injured freedom fighters. The following are the experiences of two such women who participated in the war as nurses, Sultana Kamal, lawyer and activist, and Minu Haque, dancer and choreographer.

5y ago

Where are we?

We have noticed with concern that the state and its institutions are getting increasingly intolerant. The state is resorting to repression in the name of ensuring sovereignty and security.

8y ago
December 10, 2023
December 10, 2023

The National Human Rights Commission has fundamental flaws

The NHRC is riddled with many issues that prevent it from executing its mandated duty of upholding human rights in the country.

November 18, 2023
November 18, 2023

Both parties must exhibit conscience and actively support a fair election

The Awami League and BNP could mutually agree to a code of conduct, pledging to ensure a free and fair election.

December 16, 2018
December 16, 2018

Healing the wounded: Another field of battle

Besides taking up arms to directly fight in the war in 1971, many women also joined the war effort as nurses and doctors to provide medical care for injured freedom fighters. The following are the experiences of two such women who participated in the war as nurses, Sultana Kamal, lawyer and activist, and Minu Haque, dancer and choreographer.

December 10, 2015
December 10, 2015

Where are we?

We have noticed with concern that the state and its institutions are getting increasingly intolerant. The state is resorting to repression in the name of ensuring sovereignty and security.

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