CRI launched the fourth issue of its flagship policy magazine ‘WhiteBoard’ on 17 June 2021. The issue of the second quarter of 2021 focuses on innovation and financial inclusion policy issues in Bangladesh. It also explores the potential next steps
CRI organized its 1st online Policy Café on ‘Job Creation in the Era of COVID-19’ on 24th June, 2020 between 8.30pm and 10.00pm. The event was live streamed on the social media outlets of CRI, Young Bangla, Bangla Tribune, Daily Ittefaq, Samakal, bdnews24, Generation, Oporajeyo Bangla and Sara Bangla.
Bangladesh hosts more than 1.1 million Rohingyas who have been displaced from their homeland in Myanmar. They reside in 34 camps located across Teknaf and Ukhia upazilas (sub-districts) in Cox’s Bazar district.
The Joy Bangla Concert 2020, held at Army Stadium on March 7, commemorated the spirit and courage relayed to our countrymen nearly five decades ago by the Father of the Nation, through his historic speech on March 7, 1971. The speech inspired the nation to prepare for a war of independence amid widespread reports of armed mobilisation by West Pakistan.
Young Bangla, the youth platform of CRI, in collaboration with UNDP, Bangladesh and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) launched ‘Women’s Safety in Public Places (WSPP) Campaign’ on October 14, 2020 through a webinar. Earlier, in March 2020, the Young
Centre for Research and Information (CRI) on Sunday, 20th September 2020, virtually launched a policy magazine named WhiteBoard. WhiteBoard is set to bring fresh and diverse ideas into the policy-sphere of the Bangladesh.
The Covid-19 pandemic, which emerged as a multilayered global health crisis, has had a ripple effect of enormous proportions on the lives and livelihoods of people worldwide. Amongst those most significantly affected are developing economies, such as India and Bangladesh. The
The Raisina Dialogue is the flagship conference jointly organised by the Ministry of External Affairs and the Observer Research Foundation (ORF) to identify opportunities and provide stability to a century that has witnessed an eventful two decades. The fifth edition of
Bangladesh has been battling with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic for almost two months now. The government of Bangladesh enforced a countrywide lockdown on March 26 to restrict further outbreak. On the health front, the government has been mobilizing testing kits, lab