Khuda Kay Liye: A Feminist Perspective

Nujhat Jahan: I love it when cinema brings out contemporary social issues and presents a thought-provoking…

‘Rehana Maryam Noor’: Bangladesh’s First Film at Cannes

WC Desk: The first-ever film from Bangladesh in the Cannes official selection, Rehana Maryam Noor has received a…

Forced Marriage: A Thriving Problem among the British Bangladeshi Community 

Nujhat Jahan: When we talk about the British Bangladeshi based in the UK, the only thing…

When Discrimination Against Women Wears the Mask of Public Policy 

Farzana Sharmin Surovi: It is a shame that Bangladesh has failed to ensure women’s equal rights…

Victim Blaming Culture: How it Works?

Nujhat Jahan: “Oh! She belongs to the film industry? Must be her fault then”.. “Look at…

Islamic Inheritance Law and women’s rights in the context of Bangladesh: Part II

Pamelia Khaled: To read Part I, Click Here. 33 VS 4 cases: A brief review of…

Islamic Inheritance Law and women’s rights in the context of Bangladesh: Part I

Pamelia Khaled: Since Bangladesh is a pluralist country and not established on an Islamic religious basis,…

War Rape Survivors Syndrome – Part II

Wiola Rębecka: Fight-or-flight is an active defense response where survivors are confronted with a perceived threat…

War Rape Survivors Syndrome – Part I

Wiola Rębecka: Hannah Arendt, a Jewish-American journalist, brought to the world’s attention, a completely different understanding…

She transformed her adverse experience to her best strength: Can you?

Shahmika Agoon: Most of the time I write about my children’s clients and post photos. My…

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