Articles about Bangladesh

Women and violence in Bangladesh

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmedand Sumaya Imam Shuhcita: Insight on Conflict’s Bangladesh Local Peacebuilding Expert and Sumaya Imam Shuhcita say that to solve women’s problems in Bangladesh, women must be involved. Read more »

Crime, violence and extremism in Bangladesh: how to rebuild society?

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmed: Insight on Conflict’s Bangladesh Local Peacebuilding Expert discusses the need for civil society and government to work together to tackle violence in Bangladesh. Read more »

The Rohingya crisis: a view from Bangladesh

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmedand Fazle Elahi: Fazle Elahi and Insight on Conflict’s Bangladesh Local Peacebuilding Expert discuss the situation of the Rohingya in Bangladesh. Read more »

Extremism in Bangladesh: part two

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmed: In the second of a two-part series, Insight on Conflict’s Bangladesh Local Peacebuilding Expert discusses the causes and consequences of radicalisation. Read more »

Extremism in Bangladesh - part one

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmed: In the first of a two-part series on extremism in Bangladesh, our Local Peacebuilding Expert discusses developments with researchers.  Read more »

A burning issue in Bangladesh: how to bring peace to the Chittagong Hill Tracts?

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmed: The Chittagong Hill Tracts region of Bangladesh has been plagued by violence for years. Our Bangladesh Peacebuilding Expert explores the issues. Read more »

Young people in peacebuilding: unfulfilled potential?

By G. M. Shoeb Ahmed: Young people have a lot to contribute to peacebuilding in Bangladesh. But they need more support and guidance, argues our Bangladesh Peacebuilding Expert. Read more »

Drought, food insecurity and radicalism in Northern Bangladesh

By Ishak Mia: Is there a link between drought, food insecurity and radicalism in Northern Bangladesh? Read more »