Mohammad Zaman

A quiet violence in Bangladesh’s chars

There are plentiful cases of land-grabbing and violence for control over new char or khas land in the country.

2w ago

Rohingya repatriation: Can we ever find a viable scheme?

International support for the Rohingya people is diminishing by the day.

Of river erosion and the people it displaces

Displacement due to river erosion is an entirely different story.

Six years on, a solution to the Rohingya crisis is still elusive

China's latest move to advance repatriation still falls short of addressing the Rohingya citizenship issue which is central to the crisis.

Living with the river or fighting against it?

It is neither possible nor desirable to eliminate flooding completely, for floods are intricately linked to the very survival of people in this delta country.

Stories and impacts of Padma Bridge

The improved transport network has now reduced the hauling time of vehicles and enhanced economic activity, boosting the national GDP, according to one estimate, to roughly one percent annually.

What if the Rohingya are not repatriated?

A pilot project to repatriate over 1,100 Rohingya refugees is now in discussion between Bangladesh and Myanmar, negotiated by China.

A turning point in the struggle for climate justice

With the adoption of the resolution and ICJ involvement soon, the concept of climate justice will likely turn into a movement for equity.

February 12, 2024
February 12, 2024

A quiet violence in Bangladesh’s chars

There are plentiful cases of land-grabbing and violence for control over new char or khas land in the country.

November 28, 2023
November 28, 2023

Rohingya repatriation: Can we ever find a viable scheme?

International support for the Rohingya people is diminishing by the day.

August 27, 2023
August 27, 2023

Of river erosion and the people it displaces

Displacement due to river erosion is an entirely different story.

August 6, 2023
August 6, 2023

Six years on, a solution to the Rohingya crisis is still elusive

China's latest move to advance repatriation still falls short of addressing the Rohingya citizenship issue which is central to the crisis.

July 27, 2023
July 27, 2023

Living with the river or fighting against it?

It is neither possible nor desirable to eliminate flooding completely, for floods are intricately linked to the very survival of people in this delta country.

July 2, 2023
July 2, 2023

Stories and impacts of Padma Bridge

The improved transport network has now reduced the hauling time of vehicles and enhanced economic activity, boosting the national GDP, according to one estimate, to roughly one percent annually.

May 6, 2023
May 6, 2023

What if the Rohingya are not repatriated?

A pilot project to repatriate over 1,100 Rohingya refugees is now in discussion between Bangladesh and Myanmar, negotiated by China.

April 4, 2023
April 4, 2023

A turning point in the struggle for climate justice

With the adoption of the resolution and ICJ involvement soon, the concept of climate justice will likely turn into a movement for equity.

March 25, 2022
March 25, 2022

After two years of Covid, what’s next?

For all of us around the world, the last two years have been rough because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

January 11, 2022
January 11, 2022

2021 gives us reasons to hope for climate justice

Climate crisis aside, 2021 will be remembered with anguish and misery around the world due to the Covid-19 storms.

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