Monday, February 2, 2009

Some readings on Bangladesh

Keith Lane, a specialist in environmental education and non-profit management, writes his recent experience in Christian Science Monitor arguing what's happening in Bangladesh is a lesson in how to bring about change to a place where change doesn't seem possible.

2. Lessons from the Bangladesh polls in the News, urging Pakistan to copy Bangladesh's electoral success.

3. Asian Centre for Human Rights has prepared this Q&A on the eve of the meeting of the United Nations Working Group of the Universal Periodic Review of the Human Rights Council, scheduled on 3 February to examine Bangladesh's case.

4. The Calcutta Telegraph investigates how influx of Bangladesh's illegal immigrants in Assam is changing its demography there.

5. Hasina juggernaut rolls on in Bangladesh here, suggesting her landslid win offers a new beginning in India-Bangladesh ties that have been bedevilled by mutual mistrust.

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