Locations

Bangladesh

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People

Halvard Buhaug

Halvard Buhaug

Research Professor

Jason Miklian

Jason Miklian

Senior Researcher

Kendra Dupuy

Kendra Dupuy

Senior Researcher

Kristian Hoelscher

Kristian Hoelscher

Senior Researcher

Marte Nilsen

Marte Nilsen

Senior Researcher

Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Monograph

PRIO Report

Hoelscher, Kristian; Katherine Edelen; Jason Miklian; Silje Holen; Joyeeta Bhattacharjee; Line Barkved; Farzana Jahan; Hari Bansh Jha; & Åshild Kolås (2013) Water Scarcity in Bangladesh. Transboundary Rivers, Conflict and Cooperation, PRIO Report, 1. Oslo: PRIO.

PRIO Policy Brief

Dupuy, Kendra & Gudrun Østby (2019) No Right to Read: Regulatory Restrictions on Refugee Rights to Formal Education, PRIO Policy Brief, 10. Oslo: PRIO.
Dupuy, Kendra; Haakon Gjerløw; Mohammad Ashraful Haque; Sultan Mahmud; Marte Nilsen & Gudrun Østby (2019) Mapping Education Programmes for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh, PRIO Policy Brief, 11. Oslo: PRIO.
Olney, Jessica; Nurul Haque; Roshid Mubarak; Marte Nilsen; Ingebjørg Finnbakk; Gudrun Østby & Kendra Dupuy (2019) Preventing a Lost Generation: Community-led education by Rohingya refugees, PRIO Policy Brief, 7. Oslo: PRIO.

PRIO Paper

Fransen, Luc; Kendra Dupuy; Marja Hinfelaar & Sultan Mohammed Zakaria Mazumder (2019) How Does Political Repression Affect Civil Society Organizations? Examining CSOs in Bangladesh and Zambia, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
Olney, Jessica; Nurul Haque & Roshid Mubarak (2019) We Must Prevent a Lost Generation: Community-led education in Rohingya camps, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
Horst, Cindy; Jørgen Carling & Rojan Tordhol Ezzati (2010) Immigration to Norway from Bangladesh, Brazil, Egypt, India, Morocco and Ukraine, PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.

Past Events

Blog Posts

Resisting Civil Society Repression in Zambia and Bangladesh

Posted by Kendra Dupuy on Monday, 9 September 2019

In recent years, dozens of countries around the world have been closing civil society space, clamping down on the ability of civil society organizations (CSOs) to operate freely. Alarmingly, this trend is taking place not only in countries with autocratic governments, but also in democratic countries. How are CSOs being ... Read more »

ASEAN’s Rohingya Challenge: Can ASEAN fail to act and yet be a Community?

Posted by Stein Tønnesson on Wednesday, 17 June 2015

A human tragedy has been unfolding in the Bay of Bengal. Thousands of poor Rohingya and Bangladeshi refugees and job seekers have been the victims of xenophobia, cynical smugglers and incapable governance. What has ASEAN done? So far very little. Yet this crisis is exactly the kind of non-traditional trans-national ... Read more »

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