LABOR

Neo-liberalism, food security and agriculture laborers in Bangladesh

By Mohammad Shahidullah Food security of agriculture labor    Food security is broadly defined as access by all people at all times to sufficient food to meet their dietary needs for a healthy and productive life. It depends on availability of food, access to food and utilization of food at national, household and individual level. Food availability at the national…

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FROM THE MARGINS

LOVE AMIDST RUBBLES

‘I had dreams too while building yours Mine lies shattered In between rubbles I was a mere number for you A number which u gave at the end of each month my hands always shook taking that number That number killed me But Once I dreamt Because I was once human too……!!!’   Picture: The Final Embrace by Taslima Akter.

FROM THE MARGINS, LABOR, PERSONAL

LOCKED TO DEATH

They locked me They burnt me alive I don’t want any more press statements Why is the factory a prison?? I do not accept having to work under lockup conditions I DO NOT! We demand a real investigation, justice and punishment of those responsible We want the guarantee of natural deaths A collective of Writers-artists-teachers-cultural-political activists and citizens of Bangladesh…

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PERSONAL

Mr. Pegu Goes to Dhaka

I was selected to be a part of Fredkorpset internship program which allowed me to travel to Dhaka and stay there for about 10 months. Regardless to mention here that I already lost out two months because of visa problems. Getting a visa to Bangladesh is a tough thing to do, especially for an Indian citizen. Finally after two months,…

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