YPF Blogs

Going back to school

Written by: Mashrefa Tarannum The Youth Policy Forum launched its Road to Reforms (RtR) series to prepare a youth-led reform matrix for a paradigm shift in Bangladesh. Under the series, the YPF education network organized the webinar styled “Towards a new social contract: Progressive education for a knowledge-based society” last ...

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Safety, Security, and Accountability in Migration System

Written by: Adiba Tahsin It has been 50 years since the independence of Bangladesh, and it is crucial to take a close look at the policies made in the past and study which of them were fruitful and which of them needs to be reformed. YPF has launched the series ...

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Looking Back: The overview of Digital Governance in Bangladesh

Written by: Prokriti Das Srishti The information and communication technology sector has seen a lot of achievements in the last decade. Extensive improvement in the usage of mobile phones as well as the internet has been observed. E-governance has been introduced in the country, which seems to have accelerated numerous ...

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জলবায়ু পরিবর্তনের রাজনৈতিক অর্থনীতিঃ একটি ওয়াইপিএফ পর্যালোচনা

লিখেছেনঃ মাসাফি মুস্তাফা হায়দার গত শতাব্দী হতে  আন্তর্জাতিক রাজনীতির অন্যতম প্রধান ফ্যাক্টর হিসেবে কাজ করেছে পৃথিবীর জীবাশ্ম জ্বালানি বা অনবায়নযোগ্য সম্পদ। প্রায় দুই শতাব্দী ধরে বর্তমান উন্নত রাষ্ট্রসমূহে শিল্প উন্নয়নের মূল হাতিয়ার হিসেবে কাজ করেছে তেল, গ্যাস ও কয়লা। জীবাশ্ম জ্বালানিভিত্তিক উন্নয়নের প্রায় দুইশত বছরের এই ধারা বিশ্বের শিল্পন্নোত দেশগুলোকে ...

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What you need to know about Tunisia

Written by: Raghib Mahtab A country fueled by the Jasmine Revolution of 2011 to be turned into a democratic state for the betterment of the citizens is now under a supposed “coup” as President Kais Saied fired the country’s prime minister and suspended the Parliament. This was a flagrant violation ...

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A Problem on the Horizon

Written by: Samiha Khan For the last few days, we have stood by and watched as thousands of Afghans made valiant attempts to leave the country, as the Taliban took over more and more regions of Afghanistan. This number comes in addition to the roughly 2.2 million Afghanis who are ...

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What China Has to Gain from Taliban Ruled Afghanistan

Written by: Rafid Mohammad Ishrak No matter how the mainstream media tells us about the warm attitude towards and diplomatic embrace of the Taliban by China, for China itself, the recent steps taken by the top figures of the state have not been so easy. The uneasy embrace of Taliban ...

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The Fall of Kabul: How did the West fail an entire nation?

Written by: Hrishik Roy After spending 20 long years and more than 2 Trillion US dollars, the United States has finally pulled out of Afghanistan which led to the swift rise of the Taliban who now controls almost the entirety of the country. On July 8, the US President Joe ...

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International Politics on Environment

Written by: Adhara Ayndrila Following a global pandemic, we have come to the conclusion that nations all around the world have undermined the long-term sustainability of human civilization. Climate Change is the next greatest threat to our civilization, and now is the most critical time to confront it. In most ...

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Why undergraduate research is crucial: best practices from South Korea

Research is an invaluable tool when it comes to innovation. Without it, there wouldn’t be any genetic technology, vaccination or X-ray, for example. In business sectors,  companies undertake research to develop better products and services to stay competitive in markets; it is the essential initial steps  to  invent and refine  ...

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