Save ”Johirul Alam Swadhin”

November 21, 2014
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Save ”Johirul Alam Swadhin”

Johirul Alam Swadhin is a young man who graduated from Shah Jalal University of Science and Technology (SUST), Bangladesh in 1997. He did not forget his root and dedicated his life to serve his own community after graduation. Eventually, he went back to his hometown and become Lecturer of Haluaghat Girls College, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Swadhin…

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PRESS STATEMENT: 1971 WOMEN VICTIMS VIOLATED AND FORGOTTEN AGAIN

PRESS STATEMENT: 1971 WOMEN VICTIMS VIOLATED AND FORGOTTEN AGAIN

International Crimes Strategy Forum (ICSF) welcomes the London Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict (London, 10-12 June 2014) which is no doubt a laudable and timely initiative. We are, nevertheless, surprised by the fact that the stories of the sexual violence committed against Bengali girls and women during the Liberation War of Bangladesh…

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Mahbubul Alam: a giant among giants, a gentleman among gentlemen

June 6, 2014
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Mahbubul Alam: a giant among giants, a gentleman among gentlemen

There are some editors of Bangladeshi publications whom I admire and respect enormously -– both professionally and personally – not just for their God-given talents in creating and producing a commercially viable profitable publication, but one that benefits society, individually and collectively. Mahbubul was one of those – a giant among giants, a gentleman among…

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David Bergman: Now and then

February 11, 2014
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David Bergman: Now and then

Bergman never showed how ruthless violence by the two parties Jamaat and BNP before the election have reminded us the atrocities in the liberation war and the need for the war crimes trial.The few people and organizations that Bergman referred in his blogs that were dedicated to find faults in the trial process have rarely…

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February 5th, a reminiscence

February 5, 2014
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February 5th, a reminiscence

Today is 5th February. The entire country roared because Kader Mollah wasn’t given a death penalty. Mass rising (Gonojagoron) started; “Projonmo chatter” was created. Hundreds of thousand people joined that Gonojagoron. Everyone had one demand, death penalty for all war criminals including Kader Mollah, as well as banning the politics of Jamat-Shibir and boycotting them…

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