Press
April 3rd, 2015 | Press

Getting to Know Tania Rashid, the Brain Behind ‘A Crime Unpunished: Bangladeshi Gang Rape’

If you are a sucker for Vice News documentaries and videos, then you have got to see the work of Tania Rashid, the journalist behind the documentary “A Crime Unpunished: Bangladeshi Gang Rape.“ In this interview, she gives us a glimpse into her ...

April 3rd, 2015 | Press

Powerful Documentary Investigates Prevalence Of Rape In Bangladesh

In a powerful new documentary, VICE News correspondent Tania Rashid investigates the prevalence of rape in Bangladesh. Rashid met with perpetrators and victims of sexual violence in the country's Sylhet region of Bangladesh. A women's lawyer in ...

Deutsche Welle
April 3rd, 2015 | Press

Rape is a Woman’s Fault, Says Bangladesh Police

You will probably not believe this. It was hard for me to digest as well, but this police officer repeatedly said that girls should properly cover themselves to avoid being raped. He told this to a female journalist while sitting in a police ...

The Independant
April 3rd, 2015 | Press

Senior Bangladesh Police Officer Blames Women For Causing Rape

A senior police officer in Bangladesh has blamed the clothing choice of women for causing rape. The police commander, in charge of a regional police station in Sylhet division, blamed Bollywood films for encouraging women to wear ...

April 3rd, 2015 | Press

Tania Rashid Speaks Up for the Silenced

According to Action Aid, there are about 200,000 female sex workers in Bangladesh–one of the few largely Islamic countries where prostitution is legal and so are brothels. The largest Bangladeshi brothel and the largest bordello in the world, ...