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When Luddites go digital

The current YouTube ban in Bangladesh is symptomatic of a government unwilling to embrace the 21st century, says Shahidul Alam.

Filed in: Bangladesh Technology

The dos and don’ts of cross-border feminism

Amy Hall reports from the UK Feminista Summer School, which set out to show that women need to be more than statistics to each other.

Filed in: Activism Bangladesh Feminism United Kingdom

Bangladesh: the great climate exodus

Families are slowly melting away from the Bay of Bengal coastline as habitats degrade. Hazel Healy speaks to new arrivals on the edge of destitution in Dhaka.

Filed in: Bangladesh Cities Climate Change Land Poverty

Ready or not: can Bangladesh cope with climate change?

New Internationalist co-editor Hazel Healy travelled there to find out how people are adapting to a warming world.

Filed in: Bangladesh Climate Change Land Water World Bank

Bangladesh

A profile of Bangladesh

Filed in: Bangladesh

The tips are my toes

Mosharraf Hossain on how childhood polio made him determined to shake the complacency of Bangladeshi society.

Filed in: Bangladesh Disability

In the shadow of the torturer

Jeremy Seabrook draws an unholy line from the obscene imagery of Abu Ghraib to the growing repression in Bangladesh.

Filed in: Bangladesh Human Rights

Bablu Chowdhury

A floating hotel for the poor, photographed by Bablu Chowdhury from Bangladesh.

Filed in: Bangladesh

Abir Abdullah

Bangladeshi photographer Abir Abdullah draws inspiration from a disabled badminton player.

Filed in: Bangladesh Disability

Iqbal Hossain

A street-sweeper’s lot, photographed by Iqbal Hossain, with words by Faysal Ahmed Dadon from Bangladesh.

Filed in: Bangladesh

Shafiqul Alam Kiron

The infinite joy of childhood, by Bangladeshi photographer Shafiqul Alam Kiron.

Filed in: Bangladesh

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