Read Natasha Israt Kabir’s article on “Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in South Asia: Challenges and Policies”

Natasha Israt Kabir’s paper on  “Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in South Asia: Challenges and Policies” has been published in  the South Asian Journal of Social Sciences
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Natasha Israt Kabir is a freelance researcher, president and founder of the BRIDGE Foundation. She teaches at the Department of Law and Justice in the Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. She serves as Charles Wallace Trust Fellow, UK and US State Department alumni as well. Her research area covers Colonialism & Asiatic Mode of Production, Nationalism, South Asia, Peace & Conflict Resolution, International Politics, Contemporary International Relations, Culture & Economy, Energy Security, Environment, European Integration, Diaspora, Government & Politics, World Affairs, Regional Cooperation, Foreign Policy and Disaster Management.
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