Empowering persons with disabilities

Disability remains one of the most serious concerns in the country because of the stigmatization and…

Political mudslinging will lead us nowhere

The political psychology and political behaviors reflect the overall image of the country. It is the…

Unwise to disregard pandemic norms

We are still living in the shadows of the COVID-19 pandemic and things would not turn…

Time to abridge CSO Act

Ironically, despite several meetings held between Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) members and the government to resolve…

A pragmatic climate action shouldn’t sound so Utopian

Climate change today is affecting all countries, big and small, poor and rich. The weather patterns…

Social media would be debacle for free and fair election

In the new frontier in freedom of expression, another platform has been opened with the advent…

We need a functional crop insurance scheme

The cyclic natures of agricultural crops are such that it is fully prone to the vagaries…

Why are teachers’ quitting?

Despite being one of the highest paid sector under the Royal Civil Service Commission, the report…

A Better Response to Tackle Mental Health

The number of people suffering from mental illness in Bhutan is increasing every year. Mental health…

Demystifying sexual harassment

Women being harassed in work places and public spaces is becoming a regular Bhutanese toll now. …

An Education Roadmap for the 21st Century

Led by the Ministry of Education (MoE), related stakeholders in the country are gearing up their…

FYP should continue

For any organization, country or an individual, planning is the most important tool needed in any…