Digital Labour Platform for Workers and the Necessity of Regulations in Bangladesh (A Socio-legal analysis)

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994 ViewsIntroduction: Digital labour platform is now very popular worldwide as well as in Bangladesh. It is a modern way to embody jobs and businesses through using digital technology in online platforms. According to the Crunchbase database, it has grown more and more rapidly in the past decade, increasing in number from at least 142 […]

The Right to Surgical Informed Consent: Policy Breaking Issues & Resolution

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768 ViewsIntroduction: Bangladesh is a densely populated country where every citizen has the right to receive medical treatment. In view, policy-breaking issues on infringement of the right to surgical informed consent is a major problem. Herein, negligent disclosure on treatment, where the surgeons have not entrusted for any bodily surgery of the patients at public […]

Challenges in Enforcement of WTO Decision: Proposition of Reformation to Ensure Sustainability in the World Trade System

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520 ViewsIntroduction: As a single International Organization, World Trade Organization (WTO) tries to work as a media where the member states negotiate regarding trade issues. By setting the rules of International trade, this organization overview each member state’s domestic trade policies and ensures transparency. Moreover, it works as a comfortable zone for developing and under […]

A Genealogical Description of Bangladeshi Land Law and Land Administration

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648 ViewsIntroduction: In Bangladesh numerous laws, precedents, customs and usages are there to regulate the land management and they are administered by the Land Administration.[1] Although, such developments have caused the Bangladeshi legal system to become quite a different apparatus than its ancestors yet a clear legacy can be identified. The word “legacy” is being […]

Gender Discrimination on Cusp of Society

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518 ViewsGender discrimination indicates any situation where despite of being skilled and competent, a person doesn’t get equal opportunity because of their gender identity. Although the right to be treated equally is an inevitable right, but initial discrimination can be observed in family where the members treat new born babies according to their assigned sex […]

Positive Discrimination and Right to Equality in Bangladesh

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6,659 ViewsIntroduction: The Constitution of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh prohibits any discrimination based on gender, race, sex, caste and religion and guaranteed the right to equality under the different provisions. However, women in Bangladesh represent half of the total population of Bangladesh and at the same time Bangladesh is the home of about three […]

Ethno-Religious Identity Synthesis: Case of Bangladesh

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433 ViewsIdentity is a concept that dates backs to time immemorial. In today’s world, the concept has become more complex as it includes ethnic, religious, racial, political, and other aspects. This article mainly focuses on the conflict of the ethnic and religious identity of the people of Bangladesh. Generally, ethnic identity is defined through the […]

Transitional Justice: A Quick Overview

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658 ViewsIntroduction Transitional justice is one kind of method that deals with systematic or widespread human rights breaches that compensate victims and improves prospects for the reform of political systems, and other factors that may have contributed to the injustice[i]. A transitional justice approach recognizes two goals while dealing with an inheritance of methodical or […]

‘Prisoners’ will be kept safe and shown the way of light’: Is the prison slogan a far cry in the context of Bangladesh?

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893 Views“It is said that no one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones.” ― Nelson Mandela  There are certain questions that arise when considering the lives of prisoners. Some of such questions are […]