Mohammad Zaman | The Daily Star
  • Mohammad Zaman

  • Turning Dhaka into a resilient city

    I recently attended a public seminar, titled “Resilient Cities: An Integrated Economic Approach to Natural Hazard Risk Mitigation,” held in Vancouver, Canada.
  • Coping with Rohingya refugee crisis

    Many reports in recent weeks have highlighted the growing social, economic, environmental and health impacts of Rohingya refugees being settled in Teknaf and other areas of Cox's Bazar.
  • Rohingya repatriation must be voluntary

    It is unsurprising that the process of hasty return of the Rohingyas has already faced a snag. The scheduled repatriation of the first
  • Rohingyas need protection, not relocation to Bashan Char

    For Bangladesh, the repatriation of the Rohingya refugees with dignity and full citizenship rights remains the only viable solution, but the circumstances surrounding the Rohingya crisis do not look promising for them to safely return to their homeland anytime soon and rebuild their future.
  • Rohingya refugee

    Bob Rae's Rohingya report lacks a roadmap for repatriation

    I was eagerly waiting for Bob Rae's report on the Rohingya refugees and their repatriation to Myanmar. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed Rae, a former premier of Ontario, as Canada's Rohingya envoy on October 23, 2017.