Kamla Bhasin

Sangat Bangladesh holds memorial for feminist author and activist Kamla Bhasin

Sangat Bangladesh, a South Asian feminist network founded by Kamla Bhasin, held an event in Dhanmondi’s Rabindra Sarobar on Saturday to commemorate the feminist author, poet, development worker, and educator who passed away last month. 

September 24, 2022
September 24, 2022

Kamla Bhasin believed in the power of love, not the love of power

Remembering feminist activist, writer and poet Kamla Bhasin on her one-year death anniversary.

October 11, 2021
October 11, 2021

Sangat Bangladesh holds memorial for feminist author and activist Kamla Bhasin

Sangat Bangladesh, a South Asian feminist network founded by Kamla Bhasin, held an event in Dhanmondi’s Rabindra Sarobar on Saturday to commemorate the feminist author, poet, development worker, and educator who passed away last month. 

September 30, 2021
September 30, 2021

I remember Kamla Bhasin through her children’s books

Words fall short to describe Kamla Bhasin: how does one begin to describe a force of nature like her? Perhaps the simplest way to do so is with the word ‘love’. Kamla was many things to many people—most famous for her fierce feminism, activism, and work in development, rights, peace and justice. However, at the core of it, I believe, Kamla embodied love.

April 30, 2016
April 30, 2016

Capitalist patriarchy – the new enemy

Meeting Kamla Bhasin is like getting a booster shot of energy and optimism. Her vivacity and enthusiasm will catch you unawares and force you out of whatever cynicism is afflicting you.