Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Next Generation

The majority of Bangladesh's population may be young. There may be a history of student & youth involvement in all the critical political events of the last half century. From the language movement of 1952, the independence movement leading to 1971 and the movement to restore democracy 1990. However, today they seem to be quiet and are ignored.
They are going to be the ones to suffer from the Indian River Linking Project as they will find themselves an economy in ruins. What will their future be then? However, like in most seminars & 'roundtables', they are never invited. No one wants to hear their concerns or their views.
The political and social parties & movements are greying and ineffective. Until the young are engaged again, there will be no meaningful change. The Next Generation must be heard.

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