Report on “Accelerating Progress and Equity in Education during the Pandemic in Bangladesh”


This reportFlowers is the outcome of the virtual National Seminar titled “Accelerating Progress and Equity in Education during the Pandemic in Bangladesh”. It was organized by the South Asian Institute of Policy and Governance (SIPG) at North South University and KASpaces of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS),Germany on 18-19 September 2021. The purpose of the national seminar was to share experiences and address the challenges of SDG 4, which is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all in this pandemic. In this virtual national seminar, there were four Business Sessions themes, namely, ‘Blended Learning Vs Traditional Classroom’, ‘Infrastructure and Teachers Development’, ‘Inequality in Education’ and, ‘New Actors in Education’. This report covers the key discussions in these sessions. It also highlights the best practices, challenges and opportunities    of quality education during the pandemic in Bangladesh.


Report on Climate Change Induced Migration in Bnagladesh

Climte change is one of the pressing issues of current times and Banglasdesh is already recognized as the most vulnerable countries in the world. Climate chnage may cause the largest mass migration in the human history, anticipated by several newspaper articles. Therefore to assess the various aspect of climate induced migration in bnagladesh, two scholers from American Univerasity and Faculty members from Public Policy and Governance (PPG) Program of North South University undertook several and extensive focus group discussions in August 2017. A report on the outcome of the Focus Group Discussions has been prodiced.