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Tasnia Khandaker

Centre for Peace and Justice, BRAC University



Tasnia Khandaker is a Research Associate at the Centre for Peace and Justice, BRAC University, Bangladesh. As a commonwealth scholar, she studied humanitarian crises and ecological justice in conflict situations. She has expertise in programme management and policy analysis, and has worked in the development sector in Bangladesh for multiple years. Her research interests and writings have revolved around eco-centrism, forced displacement and advocating for the rights of the “other”. As part of the X-border Local Research Network facilitated by the Asia Foundation, Tasnia is exploring Bangladesh borderlands and migration trends.

Tasnia Khandaker’s XCEPT research


27th March 2024
Bangladesh is facing a climate emergency. Although it is one of the world’s least polluting nations, it is already experiencing some of the most sever...


1st September 2023
How does the global push for aid localisation apply to the research sector? In this podcast, The Asia Foundation, the Malcolm H. Kerr Carnegie Middle ...

Research report

31st August 2023
Six years after the forced displacement of over a million Rohingya people from Myanmar, the day-to-day support required by Rohingya refugees and human...


25th August 2022
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...


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