Ph.D Helal Mohiuddin

Ph.D Helal Mohiuddin

Canada: Questions Around Rohingya Livelihood

Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D. The United Nations (UN) Termed the Rohingyas as ‘the most persecuted ethnic people of Myanmar’. Presently more than one million Rohingyas are...

June: Canada Vanguards Rohingya Humanitarianism, Yet Not Adequately

Canada responded quite well and on time to the Rohingya crises. Hon’ble Bob Rae, the Prime Minister’s special envoy to Myanmar, proposed $600 millions...

February: Winnipeg: A Prospective Social Business and Microfinance Capital of Canada

Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D. As a graduate research assistant at the University of Manitoba I interviewed a number of poor inner city Winnipeg residents in 2003....

December: BHC Consular Service to Manitoba’s Bangladesh Community Builds Optimism

Helal Mohiuddin The Bangladesh High Commission (BHC) in Canada and the Canada-Bangladesh Association Inc. of Manitoba (CBA) jointly organized a three-day consular service for the...

September: In Advocating Global Multi-faith Dialogue Movement

(By Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D.) Globally, tensions are rising between believers of different faiths. World politics add fuels to such tensions. New conservative rhetoric and stigma...

August: On Social Media, Development Communication and Outreach

(By Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D.) Last month, the British Columbia Council of International Education (BCCIE) held a four-day (June 17-20, 2017) summer conference titled “Faster, Higher,...

July: On Arundhati’, Amebedkar, Gandhi and the Indian Caste System

(Written by Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D.)   Arundhati Roy is one of the most prolific writers, and a social thinker and reformist of our time. Famous for...

June: Contemporary Thoughts on Emerging Security and Defence Issues between Canada-United States

(Written by Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D.) There is a growing interest about the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) worldwide. This is because Canada is regarded as one...

A Cursory Note on Depression, Mental Health, and Spiritual Health and Spiritual Healing

A recent press release of the World Health Organization (WHO) on ‘depression’ drew huge global attention. The global communities keeping an eye on changing dynamics...

(April) With ‘Resilience’ Refugees View Capability to ‘Spring Up, Not ‘Spring Back’

(Written by Helal Mohiuddin, Ph.D.) The term ‘resilience’ gained overwhelming currency in recent years. A possible reason is that ‘sustainability’ is unattainable without ‘resilience’. Intellectual community...