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democracy, human rights
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate, journalism)
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DCCD

Mahfuz Anam is an outspoken editor of Daily Star, one of Bangladesh´s english spoken papers. Anam´s path to a being a libertarian started as Anam was a freedom fighter during Bangladesh´s Liberation War, 1971.

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Mahfuz Anam

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beauty, body, dream, harmony, identity, love, tradition
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography, dance / modern)
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DCCD

London-based Akram Khan is a leading British dancer and choreographer, acclaimed for the vitality he brings to cross-cultural expression, influenced by his training in Western contemporary dance and Kathak, the Indian classical genre.

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Akram Khan

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body, capitalism, colonialism, history, humanity, identity
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (collage, mixed media, painting)
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Visiting Arts

Lipi focusses on the human cost of the contemporary and past manoeuvrings of international governments and companies both in Bangladesh and elsewhere. She uses rhymes and stories from childhood that are born out the societies such as her own that have suffered at the hands of colonnialism and...

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Tayeba Begum Lipi