UnnayanTV is the first Educational and Development online TV in South Asia , is a project of Machizo. It will report un-reported Bangladesh by producing and featuring local content on Human rights and development issues with new journalistic approaches. The main mission of the imitative is create space for grassroots poor and takes steps for making them `internet hero`. However it will web cast Bangladeshi creative films, documentaries and multimedia contents that strength the grassroots voice.
Struggle, wars, colonial dominion, arms races worldwide were the aspects of twentieth century. Although in the beginning of twenty-first century we find ourselves at a truly historic turning point, but could not make positive trends for everlasting World Peace as its needed. Detail >>>
Genocide in Bangladesh, 1971
The mass killings in Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) in 1971 vie with the annihilation of the Soviet POWs , the holocaust against the Jews , and the genocide in Rwanda as the most concentrated act of genocide in the twentieth century. In an attempt to crush forces seeking independence for East Pakistan, the West Pakistani military regime unleashed a systematic campaign of mass murder which aimed at killing millions of Bengalis, and likely succeeded in doing so. Full story >>
Three famous posters
The posters portray the contemporary civil society movement of Bangladesh having the patriotic sprit of liberation war. Posters>>
“The terrible events of 11 September 2001 and 7 July 2005 have opened opportunities for better understanding between the West and Islam. Evil exists. It can only be eradicated with good. And good ultimately comes, provided our objective is clear.” said Imam Dr Abduljalil Sajid. He searched the root of terror in his book, “Why TERROR -
is there no alternative?”. The booklet >>>
A museum dedicated to all freedom loving people and victims of mindless atrocities and destructions committed in the name of religion, ethnicity and sovereignty. The museum encourages reflection upon the sufferings and heroism of Bangladesh liberation war and its ideals. Liberation War Museum endeavors to link this history with contemporary pressing social and humanitarian issues. Detail >>>
Peace maker: Saint Lalon ( Lalon Fakir)
Lalon was mystical poet and saint. He was devoted to love, freedom and peace that express in his songs. He taught the way of eternal liberation. He strongly emphasized to resolve the internal conflict and dominancy of false desires.
He was the greatest mystic-singer of the subcontinent. Lalon believed, the ‘body’ is the universe and the universe is the body. He was revolutionary, challenged to contemporary life style, religions and practices with simple word of songs.
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Postmortem: conflict & violence: The family is the cornerstone of society, is the center of peace and violence, can be called, “mini government”. Sometimes it is called family is the school of love. As the first institute, in the family individuals should be able to learn about all basic norms, values and character. Detail with flash >>>
The concert for Bangladesh
was the event title for two benefit concerts organized by George Harrison and held on the afternoon and evening of August 1 , 1971 , playing to a total of 40,000 people at Madison Square Garden in New York . The concert raised US$243,418.50 for Bangladesh relief, which was administered by UNICEF . Sales of the album and DVD continue to benefit the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF. Detail with Video >>>