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Azizul Hoque

Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University

Azizul Hoque is a Research Associate at the Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University, in Bangladesh. He has expertise in qualitative social science research and pedagogy, facilitating a number of studies and written analyses on the Rohingya crisis, public governance and educational development. His further research includes public policy and access to justice, statelessness and identity politics, social cohesion and educational leadership.

Azizul is a Research Associate for XCEPT, and supports research led by the The Asia Foundation within the Rohingya communities of Cox’s Bazar, as part of the X-Border Local Research Network.

Azizul Hoque’s XCEPT research

BLOG

25th August 2022

The Rohingya Humanitarian Crisis and Responses in Cox’s Baza...

In August 2022 it will be five years since the start of one of the world’s most severe humanitarian crises, yet the political and security dynamics su...

BRIEFING PAPER

14th June 2021

Perceptions of Rohingya Refugees: Marriage and Social Justic...

This policy brief, a joint publication by Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University (CPJ), and The Asia Foundation, conveys findings from a rapid ...

BRIEFING PAPER

14th June 2021

Views of Rohingya Refugees: Engagement and Experiences with ...

This policy brief, a joint publication by Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University (CPJ), and The Asia Foundation, conveys findings from a rapid ...

BRIEFING PAPER

23rd February 2021

Community Perspectives on Access to Civil Justice after Cros...

This policy brief, a joint publication by Centre for Peace and Justice, Brac University and The Asia Foundation, conveys findings from a rapid analysi...

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