Environment and Gender

Environment and Gender: What has changed since 1995?

Following the claims of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), the Earth is the fundamental resource on which people rely for their prosperity and one´s well-being.  Although often ignored and downplayed, in many cases gender norms affect the impact of people on the environment, the effect of environmental degradation on people, and finally, access…Read More

the constitutional review of the Indigenous status of ethnic minorities in Bangladesh: 

Indigenous status of ethnic minorities in Bangladesh: A constitutional review

Bangladesh has been blessed with multicultural heritage as well as history. There are about 57 ethnic minorities in Bangladesh. According to the survey of 2011, the country’s ethnic minority population is around 1,586,141 which comprise 1.8% of the total population though they claim they are 3 million. Ethnic minorities like to address themselves as indigenous…Read More

Gender based Racism a social evil in the context of Asia

Gender based Racism: a social evil in the context of Asia

From the history of Babel, humanity divided them based on racial and ethnic identity. Every ethnic group wants consolidation and believes in expansion, reservation, and glorification. They want to propagate their identity and ideology. This identity could also be the sexual identity of women and men are considered as two different race. The term leadership…Read More

Bangladesh: Environmental induced migration and its effects

Bangladesh: Environmental induced migration and its effects

Introduction                                      Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries due to climate change. Natural disasters hit Bangladesh almost every year and cause much destruction to the lives and livelihoods of people, especially in the coastal areas, and render huge damages to the national economy. It has long been recognized that the environmental factors have an…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