Details Profile of Researchers in BIISS
Muhammad Mazedul Haque graduated from the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Dhaka. His research interests involve issues of peace processes and peace operations; conflict management and resolution concerns; and issues of refugees and migration. His research interests are closely tied to his academic background in Peace and Conflict Studies. He has been involved in notable projects such as assessing the sustainability of the Bhasan Char project for the Rohingya displaced people and assessing the living conditions and socio-economic issues in the Rohingya camps of Cox’s Bazar.
Areas of Expertise
- Peace processes and peace operations.
- Conflict management and resolution
- Refugee and migration
- Islam, R., Haque, M. M., & Wara, U. (2022). Intra-Group Conflict Among Rohingya Displaced People in Bangladesh. In K. Ahmed, & H. Mohiuddin (Eds.), The Rohingya Crisis and the Two-Faced God of Janus (pp. 31-52). Maryland: Lexington Books.
- Islam, M. R., Islam, M. T., Alam, M. S., Hussain, M., & Haque, M. M. (2022). An Assessment of the Sustainability of Living for Rohingya Displaced People in Cox’s Bazar Camps in Bangladesh. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work, 1-15. doi:10.1007/s41134-022-00212-5
- Islam, M. R., Islam, M. T., Alam, M. S., Hussain, M., & Haque, M. M. (2021). Is Bhasan Char Island, Noakhali district in Bangladesh a sustainable place for the relocated Rohingya displaced people? An empirical study. SN Social Sciences, 1(11), 1-24. doi:10.1007/s43545-021-00281-9
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