Promoters

Shahed Aziz is a Foreign Service Officer of Bangladesh, currently serving as a Senior Assistant Secretary at the Americas Wing of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Previously, he has worked with the Administration, South East Asia, Research, Americas, Africa and South Asia Wing of the Ministry. His areas of interest consist of international political economy and trade negotiation.

He graduated in Diplomatic Studies from the Linacre College, University of Oxford as a British Chevening Scholar. Earlier, he did his BBA and MBA in Finance from the University of Dhaka. He had worked in the Banking industry for couple of years and was trained as a Banker.

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    April 25, 2017
    Rezwan find interest in climate change, social entrepreneurship, urban human ecosystem and youth empowerment. He believes in nature centric development, rather focusing narrowly on financial and structural expansion only. Currently, he is serving as Lecturer at East West University. He is also a researcher at Urban Studio of the University of Dhaka. He was awarded the Local Pathway Fellowship by the UN Sustainable Development Solution Network (UN SDSN-Youth). Previously, He worked at BRAC University, Yunus Centre, Centre for Urban Studies (CUS) and in other research and academic institutions in the different capacity. He founded SDG Lab to platform debate on SDG in relating […]
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    April 25, 2017
    Sekander Zulker Nayeen is a Joint District and Sessions Judge, a mid-level judge, in the Bangladesh Judicial Service and the UK Government’s prestigious Chevening Scholar. He is the co-founder and director of SDG Lab, an organised initiative to generate and disseminate knowledge on Sustainable Development Goals with a view to helping national and international communities to attain the goals. He is a researcher to International Research Initiative Bangladesh (IRIBD), an online research platform providing academic research opportunities for graduate students and university professors. He teaches at the department of Law & Human Rights in University of Asia Pacific. Formerly, he […]
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    April 25, 2017
    Mahmudul Hoque Moni is a member of Bangladesh Civil Service. Being a Chevening Scholar he studied MA in Governance and Development at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) in the UK. He previously earned master degrees in International Relations as well as in Journalism, Media and Communications. He worked in several capacities in development sector. He had worked as a photojournalist in news media organisations, as the Chief Executive of the Centre for Practical Multimedia Studies, as a Director of an NGO, EKMATTRA, and as a Lecturer at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. He writes opinions and creative pieces for […]
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    May 13, 2014
    Mohammad Golam Sarwar (FCO UK Government Chevening Scholar) currently serving as a Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Dhaka. He is not only teaching, but also trying to lead the students from the front. He is also working as a Law Desk Associate at The Daily Star (The largest English Daily in Bangladesh). He also works as a Research coordinator, (Center for Justice and Development) at International Research Initiative Bangladesh (IRIBD). He has also worked in various human rights organizations including National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh. He worked as a Coordinator of Street Law Program run by Empowerment through Law […]
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    September 21, 2018
    Shahed Aziz is a Foreign Service Officer of Bangladesh, currently serving as a Senior Assistant Secretary at the Americas Wing of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Previously, he has worked with the Administration, South East Asia, Research, Americas, Africa and South Asia Wing of the Ministry. His areas of interest consist of international political economy and trade negotiation. He graduated in Diplomatic Studies from the Linacre College, University of Oxford as a British Chevening Scholar. Earlier, he did his BBA and MBA in Finance from the University of Dhaka. He had worked in the Banking industry for couple of years […]