As the next general elections draw near, Bangladesh’s ruling party and its opponents once again find themselves on a collision course. What consequences could outside intervention have under the circumstances?
A widespread campaign to ban books written about or by people of color or LGBTQ+ individuals in the U.S. is underway, hindering youth from reading books that represent diverse identities or a holistic history of America.
Only by unravelling the false narratives that overlook the roles of superpowers, class struggles, colonialism, and the often forgotten intellectual tragedy can we grasp and reclaim the history of Bangladesh’s 1971 Liberation War.
The Boko Haram war has ruined the childhood of countless Nigerian children. Addressing this problem will require holding the perpetrators on both sides accountable and a commitment to safeguard the rights and future of all children.