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Board of Trustees

Rayhan RashidDr Rayhan Rashid 
Member, Board of Trustees
Twitter: @rayhanrashid ; Facebook: fb.com/rayhan.rashid

Coming from a law and human rights background, Dr Rashid contributes his expertise in leading the research, documentation, and advocacy projects at the International Crimes Strategy Forum (ICSF), which he founded in 2009. Having obtained his doctorate in socio-legal studies from the University of Oxford, he has taught law at the University of Bristol and University of Buckingham, in addition to serving as an independent consultant. Rayhan Rashid has in the past served as one of the founding executive committee members of Oxford Pro Bono Publico, the organisation based at the University of Oxford’s Faculty of Law and dedicated to promoting the principles and practice of public interest law.

 

Ahmed ZiauddinDr Ahmed Ziauddin
Member, Board of Trustees

He was one of the founding members of International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS), and one of the former international editors of Journal of Genocide Research. He founded the Brussels based Bangladesh Centre for Genocide Research (BCGR). A life-long campaigner of human rights and justice, Dr Ziauddin has a considerable track record of lobbying with governments for signing and ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

 

 

M Sanjeeb HossainM Sanjeeb Hossain
Member, Board of Trustees

M Sanjeeb Hossain is a Commonwealth Scholar currently pursuing his doctoral studies at the Warwick Law School where he is also a Part-time Teacher of Constitutional and Administrative Law. He completed his MSc in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Oxford University and LL.B. from the BRAC Law School. He currently serves in the editorial board of Legal Issues and is a member of the International Crimes Strategy Forum (ICSF). Sanjeeb has in the past served as Researcher to the Chief Prosecutor at the International Crimes Tribunals of Bangladesh.

Archive I: Media Archive

Archives news reports, opinions, editorials published in different media outlets from around the world on 1971, International Crimes Tribunal and the justice process.

Archive II: ICT Documentation

For the sake of ICT’s legacy this documentation project archives, and preserves proceeding-documents, e.g., judgments, orders, petitions, timelines.

Archive IV: Memories

This archive records from memory the nine-month history of 1971 as experienced and perceived by individuals from all walks of life.