An Inclusive Democracy for a Just Society : Reigniting the Spirit of the Liberation Struggle
Four Lectures in Memory of Ishtiaq Ahmed, Abdur Razzaq, Sarwar Murshid-Noorjehan Murshid and Tajuddin Ahmad. Each of the honorees played important roles in the struggle for democracy in both Pakistan and Bangladesh and contributed in crucial ways to the emergence of an independent Bangladesh. As a result each of the four lectures share a common theme, the need to honor the spirit of the Bangladesh Liberation War.
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This volume draws on a series of memorial lectures presented by the author to honor five recognized heroes of the democratic and liberation struggle for Bangladesh, Ishtiaq Ahmed, Abdur Razzak, Sarwar Murshid, Noorjehan Murshid and Tajuddin Ahmad. The publication points to the positive developments registered across Bangladesh society over the years but also draws attention to departures from the spirit of the liberation struggle. The work goes on to focus on the theme of renewing Bangladesh’s commitment to democracy, secularism and social justice and offers constructive suggestions about corrective actions to reenergize the struggle to realize our ideals. Since the lectures were inspired by the ideals of the liberation struggle, the publication may be of special interest to readers as it coincides with the centenary of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, who committed his life’s struggle to realize its ideals within an independent Bangladesh.
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