Sarzah Yeasmin

Sarzah Yeasmin
Harvard University | Harvard

Master's in International Education Policy at Harvard University and Bachelors of Arts at Mount Holyoke College

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Introduction
Using mixed-methods research to study policy issues in human rights, public health and education

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This paper examines the state of worker's rights in Bangladesh and evaluates its policies in light of theories of cosmopolitanism, Kantian reason, and historical materialism. The main critique of current Bangladeshi labor law and policy framing is that they fail to account for the strong alliance between the state and business, and focus on poverty...
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In this policy paper we will analyze the scope of the global gag rule and recommend on policy measures that can be taken up by NGOs such as the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and other organizations to shift away from their reliance on US funding, through building local community strength and collaborating with non-US foreign partners for f...
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The issue of urban waste has not been examined as thoroughly as other major causes of child mortality, despite the catastrophic impact of urban waste on the lives of urban residents, especially children. The harmful toxins from waste are one of the main contributors to environmental pollution, a leading cause of child mortality in developing countr...
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This paper examines the different functions that amnesty law served in the Southern Cone, namely transactional, legacy, restoration, and appeasement for Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina. I use the case study of the Spanish amnesty law to lay the foundation for amnesty laws in the Southern cone as Spain's case was taken as an example by the Lati...
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I analyze the industry structure for the US biologic medicine market to evaluate if rebates from the manufacturer to the distributor play any substantial role in reducing competition in the biologics market. Through exploring the unique attributes of the biologics and the pharmaceutical industry, government regulations for biologics license, exclus...