Sakhawat Sajjat Sejan

Questioning the ‘token repatriation’ of the Rohingyas

Last month, a delegation from Myanmar visited the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh to advance the talks in relation to the repatriation of the Rohingyas on a pilot basis. The Myanmar representatives planned to verify documents and repatriate around

Effectiveness of ‘local settlement’ practice for protection of Rohingyas

Since 2020, the Government of Bangladesh has been relocating the Rohingyas to Bhashan Char. The UN and other agencies initially criticised the relocation process.

Military Junta representing Myanmar at the ICJ

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has recommenced The Gambia v Myanmar case hearing. It has approved the military junta government to represent the case on behalf of Myanmar.

The dynamics of Rohingya repatriation today

The safe repatriation of the Rohingya peoples has been much talked for a while; but during the pandemic, the relevant stakeholders have lightly taken the efforts to initiate the said repatriation.

One Mushtaq, a Digital Security Act and the freedom of speech

Constitutionally it seems Bangladesh accolades unlimited freedom of thought and conscience and it muzzles any sort of pre-censorship on freedom of speech and expression with some reasonable restrictions considering the security of state, communal and religious harmony, decency or morality and public order etc.

Denial of Rohingya identity and their right to internal self-determination

Rohingya’s plight surrounding non-recognition is as old as the history of colonialism in South Asia and South East Asia.

The dynamics of Rohingya relocation under ‘internal relocation alternative’

Internal relocation alternative is one of the doctrines recently developed to determine refugee or asylum seeker status in a host country. It basically examines whether the asylum seeker has exhausted all his opportunities of relocation in his country of origin during status seeking.

For effective management of medical waste

Medical wastes have been the reason of thousands of deaths around the world.

April 28, 2023
April 28, 2023

Questioning the ‘token repatriation’ of the Rohingyas

Last month, a delegation from Myanmar visited the Rohingya camps in Bangladesh to advance the talks in relation to the repatriation of the Rohingyas on a pilot basis. The Myanmar representatives planned to verify documents and repatriate around

April 23, 2022
April 23, 2022

Effectiveness of ‘local settlement’ practice for protection of Rohingyas

Since 2020, the Government of Bangladesh has been relocating the Rohingyas to Bhashan Char. The UN and other agencies initially criticised the relocation process.

March 5, 2022
March 5, 2022

Military Junta representing Myanmar at the ICJ

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has recommenced The Gambia v Myanmar case hearing. It has approved the military junta government to represent the case on behalf of Myanmar.

October 16, 2021
October 16, 2021

The dynamics of Rohingya repatriation today

The safe repatriation of the Rohingya peoples has been much talked for a while; but during the pandemic, the relevant stakeholders have lightly taken the efforts to initiate the said repatriation.

March 16, 2021
March 16, 2021

One Mushtaq, a Digital Security Act and the freedom of speech

Constitutionally it seems Bangladesh accolades unlimited freedom of thought and conscience and it muzzles any sort of pre-censorship on freedom of speech and expression with some reasonable restrictions considering the security of state, communal and religious harmony, decency or morality and public order etc.

February 16, 2021
February 16, 2021

Denial of Rohingya identity and their right to internal self-determination

Rohingya’s plight surrounding non-recognition is as old as the history of colonialism in South Asia and South East Asia.

December 29, 2020
December 29, 2020

The dynamics of Rohingya relocation under ‘internal relocation alternative’

Internal relocation alternative is one of the doctrines recently developed to determine refugee or asylum seeker status in a host country. It basically examines whether the asylum seeker has exhausted all his opportunities of relocation in his country of origin during status seeking.

March 3, 2020
March 3, 2020

For effective management of medical waste

Medical wastes have been the reason of thousands of deaths around the world.

September 17, 2019
September 17, 2019

Copyright protection for healthy meme culture

The term ‘meme’ is self-explanatory. They are mostly seen as photos, Gifs (Graphics Interchange Format), illustrations, videos or movie excerpts with humorous texts. Memes can also be termed as virally transmitted cultural symbols and social ideas. Whether

June 11, 2019
June 11, 2019

The importance of forensic evidence in our justice system

With the advent of time, the commission of crimes is becoming more sophisticated, critical, digital and organised. The pattern of committing crimes is changing with the changes of science and technology.

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