Founder & Executive Director - Bangladesh
Tafhimur founded Act for Displaced with an aim to engage young people in advocating for the most vulnerable group of people in the world and raise awareness on their rights. With over a decade of non-profit work in countries across Asia, he has developed strategic leadership and communication skills. With AFD, he aims to bring together young people to advocate for the displaced people.
Editor, Migration - Lebanon
A Canadian-Lebanese researcher, an Assistant Professor of Migration Studies at the Lebanese American University, a Fellow at University of London's Internal Displacement Research Program and a Scholar in Forced Displacement at University of Ottawa’s Human Rights Research and Education Centre. She holds a PhD in International Relations and Diplomacy with an emphasis on Asylum, Refugees and Security.
Editor, Humanitarian Law - Bangladesh
A Barrister-at-Law, called to the Bar at The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, he has had professional legal experience in various capacities in England, Bangladesh, The Netherlands and in Cambodia. He was a Lincoln’s Inn Scholar to both the International Criminal Court and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, where he worked in the prosecution trial and appeal teams respectively.
Advisor - USA
Retired American teacher and author of the book ‘HEAR ME’, a rare collection of interviews with Iranian, Syrian, Pakistani, Afghan, and Iraqi refugees, Greek nationals, and international volunteers of the refugee crisis. Whether it’s a 19-year-old Syrian who refuses to kill anyone, a poor Greek housewife, or a disillusioned ex-U.S. Marine, all suffer in a geo-political world indifferent to their cries for peace and justice.
Editor, Law - India
Mr. Prabhpreet Singh is working as Assistant Professor of Law at Manipal University Jaipur. Pro-Bono Research Advisor South Ural State University, Russia. He’s also serving as an Editorial Board Member of Brazilian Journal of Alternative Dispute Resolution - RBADR. Currently, he’s pursuing a Ph.D. at School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur. He’s also a Reviewer in a journal entitled ‘International Relations and Diplomacy’.
Lead , News Content - Bangladesh
A young professional with a broad set of skills applicable across different sectors and roles. I’ve four years of non-profit and humanitarian working experience in different capacities. I love investing my time for the benefit of those who need it most.
Humanitarian Content Team
Humanitarian Content Writer - Netherlands
Abiola Giwa is a Nigerian human rights activist, writer, and lawyer. He holds a Master's degree in Public International Law at Utrecht University, Netherlands. Currently pursuing a Master's degree in International Criminal Law at the University of Amsterdam.
Humanitarian Content Writer - Palestine
I got my Bachelor's degree in Law from Birzeit University, where I am pursuing a master's in Government and Local Governance. I have developed strong interests in Law issues especially the ones related to vulnerable people in the world and in Palestine.
Humanitarian Content Writer - Lebanon
A researcher whose interests span Postcolonial and Decolonial theories as well as migration studies. I hold a bachelor’s in Anthropology from the American University of Beirut and pursuing a Master’s in Race, Ethnicity at University College London.
Humanitarian Content Writer - Kyrgyzstan
An Afghan student studying Human Rights at the American University of Central Asia. I have been a migrant in different countries since childhood due to the continuous war and instability in Afghanistan. Interesting thing about me is that I know 7 languages.
Humanitarian Content Writer - India
A passionate researcher and currently works as a Quality Control Analyst for an INGO where her work is focused around unstructured humanitarian data for countries in conflict. She also volunteers for UN-OCHA as a lead secondary data review analyst.
Humanitarian Content Writer - Netherlands
LLM in international law from Tilburg University and LLM in human rights from the University of Edinburgh. Previously worked on migration, nationality deprivation and statelessness, but also passionate about women’s rights and climate change issue.
Humanitarian Content Writer - Myanmar
A Rohingya refugee currently staying at the world largest Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. I’m a Humanitarian worker and a poet. I am also advocating for the rights and justice of my Rohingya community staying in the camps and around the world.
Creative & Digital Outreach Team
Research & Climate Displacement Team
Climate Researcher & Writer - Spain
Studied Social Anthropology at the University of the Basque Country, Aberdeen, and Edinburgh. Currently working on the inclusion of migrants in Italy. Interested in current migration trends, particularly in irregular migration in the Mediterranean Sea.
Climate Researcher & Writer - Mexico
Pursuing the Erasmus+ European Master in Migration and Intercultural Relations. Also, completed a Bachelor’s in Law and a Master’s in Human Rights and the Rights of Natives in Mexico. My interests include gender equality, decolonization, and LGBTI rights.