Anupam Debashis Roy is a

Bangladeshi columnist, author and activist.

He is currently an editor of Muktiforum, a platform for writers, artists and activists dedicated to building a liberal, pluralist and pro-people society. He is also the president of nonprofit organization Let Expression be Free (LEBF). He is most known for his columns, videos and political activism against authoritarianism in Bangladesh and abroad. He is currently working as an editorial assistant at The Daily Star. He is also a regular contributor to Himal Southasian.

Anupam is also the author of storybook Sontan (The Offspring), Opraproboyoskota (Non-adulthood), a book of poems, School Maane Addakhana (School means Leisure–Nonfiction), Not All Springs End Winter (Nonfiction), Smriti Ebong Somadhi (Memories and the Grave–Storybook), and Abbaya (The Unvanquished–Novel). Aside from being an author and activist, Anupam is also known for his satirical political videos published on YouTube and Facebook.

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Debating State Minister Ranga on Minority Perscution @ATN News

Watch on Facebook: Transcript: <Responding to State Minister Masudur Rahman Ranga> I am going to keep it short. First of ...

How Unbalanced Taxation & Spending Create Outsourcing and Capital Flight–Fiscal Policy Explained

Originally Published by the Dhaka Tribune. I use 8 oranges to illustrate the problem of over-taxation, overregulation and tax loopholes ...

Is the Rohingya Crisis headed towards a Palestine-like deadlock?

Originally published by Dhaka Tribune. The apparent solution of the Rohingya issue could be leading us to a more tumultuous ...

The problem with the Culture of Elitism in Bangladesh.

Originally Published by the Dhaka Tribune. I tackle the problem of Bangladesh's VIP culture and the trickle down effect of this trend ...

The Politics behind the Primary Public Examination in Bangladesh (Bangla)

“What is happen to disobey law?”- এই প্রশ্নে এইবার প্রাথমিক শিক্ষা সমাপনী পরীক্ষা দিয়েছে লাখ লাখ শিক্ষার্থী। কিন্তু কেনো আমরা ...

Response to Aung Saan Suu Kyi's speech on Rohingya crisis: Anupam on Dhaka Tribune

"The main reason the Burmese nationalists want to wipe the Rohingya out of Arakan is not their Muslim-ness, but their ...


Stealing Shahbag: Third Force Dynamics and Electoral Politics in Bangladesh

First published on September 17, 2018.DOI: 38 issue: 3_suppl, ...
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