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Begum Rokeya: the Pioneer Women Activist in Bangladesh

“Women” and “History”, though this two words has totally different type of meaning, when we connect this two words by saying “ Woman in history” so many female features come across our mind. … Read More»

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Offer: Workshop:Strengthening the Voices of Women Champions for Family Planning and Reproductive Health - September 2011

Family planning and reproductive health are crucial components of development, yet access to quality services that meet the needs of women and their families remains a challenge. … Read More»

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Girl flogged to death for "affair" at fourteen

A really sad post today on a fourteen-year-old girl who was flogged to death for having an "affair" - although the facts seem to me more than a little shaky. … Read More»

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Why should I be Treated on My Gender?

Every person has some incidents in his or her life that the impact of such happening influences her entire life. I am no different. … Read More»

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Stand close to Liberation War Women of Bangladesh:

Stand close to Liberation War Women of Bangladesh: … Read More»

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Acid Violence: Need to Stop

Acid throwing is one of the heinous works which is increasing rapidly in Bangladesh. All most all the time the victims of acid throwing are women in this country. … Read More»

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Indigenous Women working for Change (In memory of Kalpana Chakma)

One of the main challenges I have found in creating change to the situation of women of the Jumma Indigenous community in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh where I was born, is the inherent dan … Read More»

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Taking time to heal and deal with grief

I wanted to write a little more about myself, as completing the assignment today for the VOF programme brought up some issues for me. … Read More»

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Uniting the ‘Unconnected’ ..

“I am only one - but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. … Read More»

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Welcome to The Bangladesh Café

Welcome to the new members of The Bangladesh Café. It is an amazing space to share your personal experiences, thoughts, and visions for the future of Bangladesh and Bangladeshi people. … Read More»

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