Research article: Harmful practices prevail despite legal knowledge: a mixed-method study on the paradox of child marriage in Bangladesh

The research article titled ‘Harmful practices prevail despite legal knowledge: a mixed-method study on the paradox of child marriage in Bangladesh’ has been published on the ‘Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters’ … Read More »

Research article: Biological and Social Aspects of Human Infertility – A Global Perspective

“Biological and Social Aspects of Human Infertility – A Global Perspective” is a recently published research article published by Oxford University Press, published on 25 March 2021. The paper has been authored … Read More »

Gender Transformative Resilience Programming: Experiences From Bangladesh And Myanmar

Limited research has focused specifically on the connection between gender transformation and resilient development, and a knowledge gap exists on how to contribute to gender transformation by achieving systemic changes and … Read More »

Harmful practices prevail despite legal knowledge: a mixed-method study on the paradox of child marriage in Bangladesh

This research article was published online on 24 Feb 2021 and authored by Sayema Akter, Animesh Talukder, Muhammed Nazmul Islam, Neha Kapil from BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health; … Read More »

UNICEF Report: Reimagining Girls’ Education – Solutions to Keep Girls Learning in Emergencies

Reimagining Education of Girls: Solutions to Keep Girls Learning in Emergencies is an empirical overview of what acts to support learning outcomes for girls in emergencies. This report by UNICEF highlights … Read More »

DISCUSSION PAPER: Contexts and Challenges for Gender Transformative work with Men and Boys

This discussion paper provides a fresh look at how masculinities form a common thread running through a multitude of global problems. It offers a wide-reaching analysis of the political, economic and … Read More »

Abortion Service Provision in South Asia: A Comparative Study of Four Countries

A comparative study on abortion service provision in four countries including Bangladesh was conducted and published on Guttmacher Institute on 29 May 2020.  Objectives Nationally representative evidence on abortion service provision is … Read More »

Rutgers study: COVID-19 measures have huge impact on all aspects of young people’s lives

The indirect impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the measures to curb it, have had a huge impact on all aspects of young people’s lives. This has a detrimental effect on … Read More »

Child Marriage in Humanitarian Settings in South Asia – Study Results from Bangladesh and Nepal

In South Asia there are an estimated 285 million child brides. 59% of women aged 20–24 in Bangladesh were married under the age of 18, 40% in Nepal and 27% in … Read More »

A systematic analysis of the effects of Child Marriage on SRHR in times of Climate Change and COVID-19

With an increasing trend of child marriage observed in recent statistics in Bangladesh, it is not only the pandemic and its multifaceted impacts, but the impacts of climate change that have … Read More »