Azizul Hoque is a Research Associate at Centre for Peace and Justice. Currently, he is working with the unit for “Formulating a Roadmap for Further Localization of Humanitarian Response in Cox’s Bazar”. Alongside, he is facilitating “Bridging Community and Humanitarian Response in Rohingya camps to Covid-19” project in Cox’s Bazar. His further research includes governance and social justice, educational leadership and peace building in the emergency context of refugees’ crisis.
Mr Hoque is educated at University of Dhaka (Honours and Masters in Social Science), and Brac University (Med) with distinctions. He participated at “Refugee Rights and Advocacy courses” in Nepal In 2019.
Previously, he jointly facilitated peace learning and civic-outreach ToT for Rohingya and Bangladeshi youths in Cox’s Bazar. He co-authored “Social Cohesion, Resilience and Peace Building between Host Population and Rohingya Refugee” in 2019. Before CPJ, he served as a fellow at Teach for Bangladesh to ameliorate pedagogy of elementary schools to eliminate education inequity. He worked with BYLC and CSI earlier. His notable publications are “Role of Waqf to Attain SDG-1: Ending Poverty in Bangladesh” by Palgrave Macmillan in 2019 and “Inter-ministerial Coordination: Tale of Separation between Policy and Practice” by Public Affairs and Governance in 2017.