Rezaur Rahman Lenin

Rezaur Rahman Lenin, an activist academic, is writing a report on the state of and trends in academic freedom in Bangladesh.

Freedom of Political Expression: An Integral Part of Academic Freedom and Rule of Law

Unanimously adopted by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 1997, the definition of teacher-student rights and academic freedom emphasises four key points: the right, without constriction by prescribed doctrine, to freedom of teaching and discussion, freedom in carrying out research and disseminating and publishing the results thereof, freedom to express their …

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Law Review; Digital Security Act 2018 and Questions of Citizens’ Basic Human Rights

Introduction While enacting the Digital Security Act (DSA) 2018, the Government of Bangladesh deliberated only to protect the critical information infrastructures of the State from various types of cyberattacks.  In the enacting process, State didn’t consider the confidentiality of electronic communication and personal data protection, freedom of expression online and other fundamental human rights of …

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