Gender

Gender

Victim blaming in rape is a social illness

It's never our dressing style that makes a man rape us. It's their rotten mind. We have to acknowledge that and we have to fight against that, write Zara Ahmed

Protests against sexual violence in Indonesia

Putting gender equality first

Gender Action Plan III promotes leadership and meaningful participation of women, girls and young people in political, economic, social and cultural life, as well as in all matters related to peace ...

Putting gender equality first

Invisible work of women

Women’s share in the national income must increase

We speak of gender equality in every sphere of state and social life. The constitution also instructs not to discriminate between men and women

Women’s share in the national income must increase

Bangladesh wants to contribute to betterment of global community: PM Hasina

The prime minister was addressing the UNESCO-Bangladesh Bangabandhu International Prize for the “Creative Economy” awarding ceremony at the UN body’s headquarters in Paris

Bangladesh wants to contribute to betterment of global community: PM Hasina

Paris Peace Forum

World needs to act seriously for repatriation of Rohingyas: PM Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina was addressing the Fourth Edition of the Paris Peace Forum, 2021

World needs to act seriously for repatriation of Rohingyas: PM Hasina

Discrimination against women UNOs must end

Certain influential quarters are the main obstacle to women’s empowerment as well as the rule of law and to people’s access to services

Editorial

Gender equality: Myth or reality in Bangladesh?

Why do our cricketer girls not get paid as well as their male counterparts? Is it because they can't catch a ball or because they are women? They know perfectly well how to catch, otherwise, they ...

Gender equality: Myth or reality in Bangladesh?

Educationist Nazma Chowdhury passes away

Nazma Chowdhury was the founder of Women and Gender Studies department at Dhaka University

Educationist Nazma Chowdhury passes away

Israel top court upholds segregated university classes for men, women

The Haredim represent about 12 per cent of Israel’s nine-million population, a figure expected to rise to 20 per cent by 2040 because of high birth rates among the religious community

Israel top court upholds segregated university classes for men, women

Women’s participation in technology must be increased

If the nation as a whole is to benefit from the success of technology, then interest, skills and accessibility concerning the use of technology must be increased among the entire population

Women's participation in IT must be taken to the rural area too, not just restricted to the urban areas
Load More