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by Sharif Hasan (@sharifhasan80) in Ottawa Canadian retailers and governments appear to have learned some lessons following the tragic Rana Plaza Factory collapse in April…View More Canadian Brands Importing from Bangladesh Must be Socially Responsible
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by Sharif Hasan (@sharifhasan80) in Ottawa If the latest spring fashions are not in store to cheer Canadians at the end of yet another dreary…View More Spring Fashion Can Wait as Bangladesh Tries to Unravel Political Standoff
by Our Special Correspondent Politically-mobilized diaspora communities have the potential to act as “spoilers’” in conflict resolution and post-war reconciliation in their home countries, Sri…View More Diaspora Diary: Emigrants can be spoilers in conflict resolution