Radwan Mujib Siddiq has said it is time to move on from referring to the ‘Bangladesh Miracle’ and start focusing on the ‘Bangladesh Model’ as Bangladesh seeks to consolidate its position as a middle-income country.
In his editorial note of the 4th issue of WhiteBoard, country’s first ever policy-based magazine, Radwan said as embodied by Vision 2021 and Digital Bangladesh, this model is anchored on people-centric policies that ensure the much-needed trickle-down effect to produce distributive justice.
In the latest issue of WhiteBoard, Radwan said they look at what needs to be done to take the next step in Bangladesh’s innovation journey.
“We will strive to provide a space where voices, both old and new, can continue debating the most pressing policy choices in Bangladesh,” said Radwan, grandson of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
WhiteBoard is published by the think-tank Centre for Research and Information (CRI) to generate ideas for a comprehensive debate on critical national issues (https://whiteboardmagazine.com/2362/its-time-to-focus-on-the-model-not-the-miracle/)
The fourth quarter issue of this magazine was released on Thursday, marking one year of its journey.