The Nature and Scope of Consumer Rights Protection Act, 2009: Critical Assessment

The Nature and Scope of Consumer Rights Protection Act, 2009: Critical Assessment

Abstract Consumer is the real king of the market. Though Bangladesh is a small country it contains a large number of consumers. But it’s the great matter of sorrow that every day and in every sector consumer right is violated. We have the law but there is no strong enforcement from the government agencies. The…Read More

Exploring Unconventional People Power

Never Ending and Ever-expanding Discrimination against the Trans Community: Active Decolonization is the Way Forward

Abstract “Gender must be decolonized and Decolonization must be gendered.” Kiera L. Ladner[1](2008) Over the course of this write-up, I call attention to the crucial need for active decolonization in Bangladesh. Because it is the best way forward for rightfully and safely advancing transgender rights in the country. I did so by analyzing the socioeconomic…Read More

Who are the Rohingyas?

Who are the Rohingyas?

Abstract:  this article trace down the origin of Rohingyas and also the history of Arakan state, how the Rohingyas evolve in Arakan, the advent of Islam in Arakan when the influx of Rohingyas started at Bengal.  The first settlers of the Chittagong region were the Rohingyas or the people of Arakan.  And the history of…Read More

Poverty, Child Marriages and Development in Rural Zimbabwe

Poverty, Child Marriages and Development in Rural Zimbabwe

Poverty and child marriages in rural communities have effects on each other…but how can we best address these complementing problems that are hindering development in rural communities. In my own opinion, I believe that it is poverty that is driving the numbers of child marriages higher in African rural societies. Blessing Vava also commented in…Read More

Religious and Cultural Intolerance against minority

Religious and Cultural Intolerance against minority: Muslim in Europe

Religious and Cultural Intolerance against minority groups is very prevalent everywhere in the world to a various extent. Europe would be one among many. As it wants to promote unitary or homogeneity and they try to oppose the differences in any terms cultural, religious, and linguistic or any other differences. As result of such unilateralism…Read More

Rohingya Crisis in the lence of Human Rights

Rohingya Crisis in the lens of Human Rights

Rohingya, in other words, who are known as Asia’s Boat people is a Muslim minority population living mainly in the state of Arakan in Myanmar. The crisis regarding Rohingya minority group in Myanmar started after 1970’s onwards and recently it becomes the top discussed the topic in the International arena because of the military launched…Read More

International Institutional Mechanisms on Gender in Afghanistan and 2001, Bonn Conference

International Institutional Mechanisms on Gender in Afghanistan and 2001, Bonn Conference

Introduction The article highlights the significance of international institutional mechanisms for removing gender gap and women empowerment. This article signifies the extent, which these mechanisms help to promote the gender related policy in Afghanistan. So it is important to know the direct or indirect outcome of these mechanisms for increasing the role of women in…Read More

The core debate on Rohingya issue in international relations

The core debate on Rohingya issue in international relations

Introduction The paper first gives a brief background on the Rohingya issue in Myanmar. The paper highlights how the Rohingya crisis is important in the contemporary international relation and it explains what the dominant narratives in the understanding of the event are. So here the Myanmar and Bangladesh became the two important countries to understand…Read More