July 27, 2019

Day 1: Parallel Session

Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution

Session 1
Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time: 11.16 – 12.45 pm
Venue: SBE- Conference Room, NAC Building: 6th Floor (NAC 640)
Chair: Ambassador Muhammad Zamir (Rtd.)

Discussant: Prof. Dr. Rashed Uz Zaman, Chair, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

1. Presenter: Felix Haas
Implications of Recent Developments in Myanmar on the Prospects for Sustainable Solutions to Displacement at the Myanmar-Bangladesh Border
2. Presenter: Ashraful Azad
Durable Solutions Reconsidered: The Expectations and the Realities
3. Presenters: Abdur Rob Khan and Mahbubur Rahman
Rohingya Repatriation: Diplomatic Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Samantha Tamrin
Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Spawn of Regional Security Crisis and Threat for Bangladesh

 

Session 2
Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution

Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time: 11.16 – 12.45 pm|
Venue: SIPG-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1058)
Chair: Prof. Dr. Amena Mohsin, Professor, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

Discussant: Dr. Niloy Ranjan Biswas, Associate Professor, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

1. Presenters: Palash Kamruzzaman, Ehsanul Kabir
Dignity and Displacement: The Representation of Rohingya Population in Bangladeshi Newspapers
2. Presenter: Md Ishrat Ibne Ismail, Muhammad Mizanur Rahman
The Rohingya Muslims’ Crisis in the Rakhine State of Myanmar: ‘Recognition as Toleration’ and ‘Religious Toleration’
3. Presenter: Md. Sazzadul Haque
Rohingya People Encountered Hostility and Susceptible to Commit Violence

 

Session 3
Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution

Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time: 11.16 – 12.45 pm
Venue: Global Health -Conference Room, SAC Building: 8th Floor
Chair: Ambassador Munshi Faiz Ahmad (Rtd.), Chairman, Bangladesh Inst. of International and Strategic Studies

Discussant: Md. Touhidul Islam, Chairman, Dept. of Peace and Conflict Studies, Dhaka University

1. Presenter: Mehdi Chowdhury
Management of Rohingya Refugee Crisis in Bangladesh and Repatriation Possibility
2. Presenter: Heru Susetyo Nuswanto
Challenges and Opportunities of Rohingya’s as Transit Migrants in Indonesia
3. Presenter: Zhong Xiaoxin
The Rohingya Issue from the Perspective of the Grass-roots Society of Myanmar
4. Presenter: Lamia Islam
China-Myanmar Relations and their Impact on the Rohingya Refugee Crisis: An Analytical and Prescriptive Study

 

Session 4
Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:11.16 – 12.45 pm
Venue: SHSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1024)
Chair: Md. Touhid Hossain, Former Foreign Secretary, Government of Bangladesh

Discussant: Dr. A. S. M. Ali Ashraf, Associate Professor, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

1. Presenter: M Jashim Uddin
Prospects of Rohingya Repatriation to Rakhine: Rohingya Perspectives
2. Presenter: M. Emdadul Haq and Munirul Islam
Rohingya Crisis: A Fallout of the Chinese ‘Belt and Road Initiative’
3. Presenter: Bharti Chhibber
ASEAN and a Proactive Regional Approach to the Resolution of Rohingya Refugee Crisis

 

Session 5
Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time: 11.16 – 12.45 pm
Venue: SEPS-Conference Room, SAC Building: 6th Floor (SAC 620)
Chair: Maj Gen Jiban Kanai Das, ndu, psc (Rtd.), Country Director, Sir William Beveridge Foundation

Discussant: Shafqat Munir, Research Fellow, Bangladesh Institute of Peace and Security Studies

1. Presenter: Christian Thomas Kohl
Rohingya: The Next 10 Years
2. Presenter: Fuad Hossain
The Atrocities Committed
3. Presenter: Jarin Tasnim Urbi
Rohingya Genocide: Blood Economy
4. Presenter: Upasana Dasgupta
Enforcing State Responsibility – Solution to Every Crisis?

 

Session 6
Theme: Peace Building and Conflict Resolution
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:11.16 – 12.45 pm
Venue: Syndicate Hall, Admin Building: 5th Floor
Chair: Maj Gen A N M Muniruzzaman, ndc, psc (Rtd.), President, Bangladesh Inst. of Peace & Security Studies

Discussant: Cynthia McKinney, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University

1. Presenters: Sk. Tawfique Haque and Tasmia Nower
The Rohingya Crisis and Geopolitics: A Public Policy Conundrum
2. Presenters: Helal Mohiuddin, Kawser Ahmed, Mohammad N. Khan
Peace-Repatriation Economy (PRE)—In Search of a Win-Win Model of Regional Economic Adaptation for Rohingya Repatriation and Peace-building
3. Presenter: Khadija Mitu
Analyzing the Tension between Rohingya Refugees and Host Communities in Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Sayema Khatun
Bare Life: Policy Response to the Influx of Rohingya in Bangladesh


Theme: Rohingya Language, Literature and Culture
Theme: Rohingya Identity and Historical Perspectives

Session 7
Theme : Rohingya Language, Literature and Culture
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:01.46 – 03.15 pm
Venue: SEPS-Conference Room, SAC Building: 6th Floor (SAC 620)
Chair:Dr. Zhou Weiwei, Chinese Director, Confucius Institute, North South University

Discussant: Manmay Zafar, Associate Professor, Dept. of English, Jahangirnagar University

1. Presenter: Mohammad Ayaj Uddin
Rohingya Language, Literature and Culture
2. Presenters: Arefin Mizan, Pradipto Vaskar Rakshit, Sharmin Jahan Juha
Acculturation through Lingual Convergence: A Study of Speech Accommodation of Young Rohingya Refugees using Boylan Scale
3. Presenter: Harisur Rahman
The Portrayal of Rohingya Crisis in Chinese and Indian Newspaper: A Critical Discourse and Rhetorical Analysis
4. Presenter: Sekhar Sil
Constructing Muslim-Bengali Identity? The Ethnic understanding of Rohingya Community in Contemporary World

 

Session 8
Theme: Rohingya Identity and Historical Perspectives
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:01.46 – 03.15 pm
Venue: SHSS-Conference Room, NAC Building, 10th Floor (NAC 1024)
Chair: Dr. Syed Manzoorul Islam, Former Professor, Dept. of English, Dhaka University

Discussant: Dr. Shakil Ahmed, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Government & Politics, Jahangirnagar University

1. Presenter: Nehginpao Kipgen
Myanmar’s Perspective on the Rohingya Crisis
2. Presenter: Ahmet Yigitalp Tulga
Myanmar Gained its Independence
3. Presenter: Nour Mohammad
The Identity Crisis of Rohingya Refugee: What would be the Future Destiny?
4. Presenter: Mahabuba Uddin
Identity Crisis and Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar

 

Session 9
Theme: Rohingya Identity and Historical Perspectives
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:01.46 – 03.15 pm
Venue: SIPG-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1058)
Chair: Dr. Khaliquzzaman M Elias, Professor, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Md. Mahbubul Haque, Faculty of Law & International Relations, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia

1. Presenter: Vijay Jayshwal
Disconsolate Life under Spectator Area: Legal Obligation vs. Humanitarian Obligation (A Case Study of Rohingya’s Living in Nepal)
2. Presenter: AQMA Rahman Bhuiyan
The Rohingya People’s Voice for Justice: An Inheritance and Influence of Oral Narratives
3. Presenter: Yuki Shiozaki
The Integration of the Rohingya Diasporas in the Malaysian Society
4. Presenter: Sangeeta Roy
A Study of the Archaeological and Historical Validation of Rohingya Citizenship in Burma

 

Session 10
Theme: Rohingya Identity and Historical Perspectives
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:01.46 – 03.15 pm
Venue: SBE- Conference Room, NAC Building: 6th Floor (NAC 640)
Chair: Prof. Dr. Sharif Uddin Ahmed, Professor, Dept. of History and Philosophy, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Mahbubur Rahman, Professor, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University

1. Presenters: Fangling Zhang and Yuance Li
Multiple Identity: Rohingya’s Survival Strategy
2. Presenter: Mansura Amdad
The Triad of Geography, Societal Change and Politics in Frontier: A Study of Paradoxical State Behaviour of Myanmar towards the Rohingyas
3. Presenter: Fariba Alamgir
Refugees, Myanmar Nationals or Bangladeshis? The Rohingyas’ Use of Multiple Identity Documents in Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Ishrar Habib
Persecution of the Rohingyas: What Matters Beyond the Muslim-Identity?

 

Session 11
Theme: Rohingya Identity and Historical Perspectives
Saturday, July 27, 2019; Time:01.46 – 03.15 pm
Venue: Syndicate Hall, Admin Building: 5th Floor
Chair: Professor M. Emdadul Haq, Chair, Dept. of History and Philosophy, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Naseem Akhter Hussain, Professor, Jahangirnagar University

1. Presenter: Saidur Rahman
Rohingya’s Nationalism without Citizenship: The Dilemma of Modern State and Crisis of Morality
2. Presenter: Mohammad Shah
Rohingya Identity and Present Crisis in Historical Perspective
3. Presenter: Kong Peng
Insufficient Knowledge Supply and Cognitive Bias in the Rohingya Crisis: The Perspective of Chinese Scholars
4. Presenter: Syed Abdul Aziz, Enamul Haque
Two Years On: How can the Rohingya Impasse be Resolved?

 

July 28, 2019

Day 2: Parallel Sessions

Theme: Gender and Vulnerability
Theme:
Economic Impacts

Session 12
Theme: Gender and Vulnerability
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 09.00 – 10.30 am
Venue: SBE- Conference Room, NAC Building: 6th Floor (NAC 640)
Chair: Professor Ainoon Naher, Dept. of Anthropology, Jahangirnagar University

Discussant: Dr. Khadija Mitu, Associate Professor, Dept. of Anthropology, Chittagong University

1. Presenters: Kazi Rashed Hyder, Leonora Adhikari, Omar Khaiam Serniabat, Hossain Ishrath Adib
Ensuring Safe Disposal of Faecal Sludge for Rohingya Camps in Ukhiya, Bangladesh
2. Presenter: Shagoofa Rakhshanda
Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) among the Rohingya Refugee Adolescent Girls Living in the Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
3. Presenter: Salwa Jahan Nabila
A Study of Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the Rohingya Camps and Joint Response Mechanisms Addressing This Issue
4. Presenter: Mahbuba Rahman
Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: Challenges & Sustainable Solutions of Physical & Mental Health Issues of Females

 

Session 13
Theme: Gender and Vulnerability
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 09.00 – 10.30 am
Venue: SEPS-Conference Room, SAC Building: 6th Floor (SAC 620)
Chair: Prof. Dr. Syeda Lasna Kabir, Professor, Dept. of Public Administration, Dhaka University
Discussant: Tata Zafar, Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University
1. Presenter: Sreshtha Chakraborty
Understanding Gender Based Violence, Insecurities and Vulnerabilities among Rohingya Women
2. Presenter: Md. Abul Kalam
Protection of Rohingya Children in FDMN Areas: Understanding Community’s Perception, Assessing the Situation and Determining the Needs
3. Presenters: Ahsan Ullah and Diotima Chattoraj
Rohingya Children in Bangladesh: Questioning the Past and Imagining the Future
4. Presenter: Nafisa Siddika Binta Hasan
Rohingya Crisis of Bangladesh: The Impact on Rohingya Women and Girls

 

Session 14
Theme: Gender and Vulnerability
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 09.00 – 10.30 am
Venue: SIPG-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1058)
Chair: Md. Shabbir Ahammad, Deputy Secretary (Refugee Cell), Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief, Government of Bangladesh

Discussant: Fahmida Karim, Associate Protection Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

1. Presenter: Bulbul Ashraf Siddiqi
Living in Uncertainty: Vulnerable Rohingya People in Bangladesh
2. Presenter: Rezaun Mercy
Rohingya Refugees: Ongoing Challenges Facing Female Refugees and Areas for Development
3. Presenters: Shabnin Rahman Shorna, Tawheed Hasan
Rohingya People in Bangladesh: Future

 

Session 15
Theme: Economic Impacts
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 09.00 – 10.30 am
Venue: Syndicate Hall, Admin Building: 5th Floor
Chair: Prof. Dr. Gour Gobinda Goswami, Dept. of Economics, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Ishrat Z. Sultana, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Political Science & Sociology,North South University

1. Presenter: Cynthia McKinney
Kosovo or Kurdistan?
2. Presenters: Faria Ahmed, Muhammad Nahid Hasan
Socio-economic Challenges in the Shelter Areas of Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: Studying the Challenges of Host and Stateless Rohingya Communities
3. Presenter: Tasnuva Habib Zisan
Impact of Migration on Gender Role: Rohingya Refugee Context in Bangladesh
4. Presenters: Md. Shanawez Hossain, Noor-E-Fayzun Nahar, Kazi Sadika Noor, Abul Khayer
Rohingya Crisis: Impact on Host Communities

 

Session 16
Theme: Economic Impacts
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 09.00 – 10.30 am
Venue: SHSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1024)
Chair: Professor Dr. M. Ismail Hossain, Pro Vice Chancellor, North South University
Discussant: Dr. Ahmed Tazmeen, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Economics, North South University
1. Presenter: Shabib Raihan, Ashfia B.Habib
Rohingya Focused Industrial Zone: Exploring a “Missed” Economic Opportunity and a Prospect for Amicably Co-existent Social Inclusion
2. Presenter: Foyasal Khan
Unleashing the Potential of ‘Refugee Zakat Fund’ as an Alternative
3. Presenters: A. F. M. Ataur Rahman, Mainul Islam
Rohingya Crisis: An Economic Solution?
4. Presenters: Anika Tahsin Rifat, Anika Ibnath, Shwe Nue Ching and Tasnim Zafar Khan
Changes in Vegetation Cover and Its Monetary Valuation after 3rd Influx of Rohingya Community at Ukhiya Refugee Camp Using Geographic Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing

 

Theme : Physical and Mental Health Issues
Theme : National and Regional security

Session 17
Theme: Physical and Mental Health Issues
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: SBE- Conference Room, NAC Building: 6th Floor (NAC 640)
Chair: Prof. John Herbohn , Director, Tropical Forests and People Research Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia

Discussant: Dr. Bulbul Ashraf Siddiqi, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University

1. Presenters: Ahmed Hossain, Taifur Rahman
Rohingya Children Health and Maternal Factor
2. Presenter: Md. Hasib
Assessment of Nutritional Status and Its Health Impact on Rohingya Refugee Children Aged 0-5 Years in Comparison with Other Areas of Bangladesh
3. Presenter: Mowtushi Matin
Exploring Implementation Challenges of Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Programs among Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
4. Presenters:Mohammed Sajedur Rahman, Md. Rakibul Hoque
Developing Cloud-Based Smart Health Monitoring Systems for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

 

Session 18
Theme: Physical and Mental Health Issues
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: Global Health -Conference Room, SAC Building: 8th Floor
Chair: Dr. Katherine Li, Director, External Affairs, North South University

Discussant: Prof Dr. Dipak Kumar Mitra. Chair, Dept. of Public Health, North South University

1. Presenter: Mahinur Rahman
Evaluating the Condition of Sexual and Reproductive Health among Rohingya Women in Bangladesh: A Case Study on Camp10 Block F
2. Presenters: Tarik Hossain, Rezwana Chowdhury, Sharmin Sultana
Service Demand of Family Planning, Menstrual Regulation and Post Abortion Care in Humanitarian Settings of Ipas-Bangladesh
3. Presenter: Marufa Akter
Challenges to Social Security in Bangladesh: A Study on Rohingya Refugees
4. Presenter: Nazrana Khaled
Healthcare Needs and Health-Seeking Behavior among Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh: Study in Selected Camps

 

Session 19
Theme: Physical and Mental Health Issues
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: Syndicate Hall, Admin Building: 5th Floor
Chair: Professor G. U. Ahsan, Dean, School of Health and Life Sciences, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Norman Kenneth Swazo, Professor, Dept. of History & Philosophy, North South University

1. Presenter: Mary Stylidi
Gender Study on Rohingya Refugee Crisis Response in Bangladesh
2. Presenter: Ruhul Abid
The Rohingya: A People without a Country and Healthcare
3. Presenter: Lucy Christine Nderitu
Health Care Seeking Behavior for Reproductive Tract Infections among Rohingya Refugee Adolescent Girls Living in the Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Nuhu Amin
Field Trial of an Automated Batch Chlorinator System at Shared Shallow Tubewells among the Most Vulnerable Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMN) in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

 

Session 20
Theme: Physical and Mental Health Issues
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: SEPS-Conference Room, SAC Building: 6th Floor (SAC 620)
Chair: Dr. Md. Mahfuzul Haque, Assistant Professor, South Asian Institute of Policy and Governance, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Md. Delwer Hossain Hawlader, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Public Health, North South University

1. Presenter: Sneha Sarwar
Health and Wellbeing Status of Rohingya Refugees Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh
2. Presenter: Sakila Yesmin
Validation of the Rohingya Dialect Version of the Clinical Outcomes in Routine Evaluation Psychosocial and Mental Health Issues of Rohingya Adolescents in Bangladesh
3. Presenter: Md. Shariful Alam
Older Person Inclusive Health: Overlooked in Emergency
4. Presenters: Manjuma Akhtar Mousumi, Somnath Saha, Mamunur Rashid and Abdullah Al Masud
Psychosocial and Mental Health Issues of Rohingya Adolescents in Bangladesh Refugee Camps: A Qualitative Study

 

 

Session 21
Theme: Physical and Mental Health Issues
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: PSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 9th Floor (NAC 923)
Chair: Prof. Dr. Salahuddin M. Aminuzzaman, Professor and Adviser, South Asian Institute of Policy and Governance

Discussant: Dr. Taufique Joarder, Research Director, USAID’s Multisectoral Nutrition Project, FHI 360

1. Presenters: Mohammed Alauddin, A.H.M Enayet Hussain, Munir Ahmed, Zareen Khair, Yuddha Sapkota, Mohammad Awlad Hossain, Iqbal Hossain
Eye Health System in Coxs Bazar, Bangladesh
2. Presenters: Farhana Karim, Abdullah Nurus Salam Khan, Mohiuddin Ahsanul Kabir Chowdhury, Sk Masum Billah, Sathyanarayanan Doraiswamy(ICDDRB group)
Knowledge and Practice of Family Planning Methods among Rohingya Refugees after Recent Crisis: a Cross-sectional Survey
3. Presenters: Abdul Awal, Pushpita Ray, Bachera Aktar, Nadia Farnaz, Raafat Hassan, Sharid Bin Shafique, Rushdia Ahmed, Atiya Rahman, Zahidul Quayyum, Tanvir Hossain, Sabina Faiz Rashid
Seeking Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare from Health Centers by Rohingya Refugees Residing in Refugee Camps in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Animesh Biswas
Reproductive Age Mortality Study (RAMOS) in a Humanitarian Setting, Bangladesh: Development, Opportunity and Way Forward

 

 

Session 22
Theme: National and Regional Security
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: SHSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1024)
Chair: Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed, Professor, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

Discussant: Professor Shahab Enam Khan, Dept. of International Relations, Jahangirnagar University

1. Presenter: A.B.M. Imdadul Haque Khan
Compensating Bangladesh for Causing Mass Migration
2. Presenters: Mr. Sakhawat Sajjat Sejan
Analyzing the Legal Issues in Relation to Rohingya Refugee Crisis
3. Presenter: Mahfujur Rahman
Geopolitical Economy beyond Ethnicity: Role of Great Powers in Rohingya Crisis
4. Presenter: Md. Shirajis Shadik
Rohingya Crisis and National Security: Is Bangladesh on Right Track?

 

 

Session 23
Theme: National and Regional Security
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 11.01 – 12.30 pm
Venue: SIPG-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1058)
Chair: Dr. Delwar Hossain, Professor, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

Discussant: Dr. M Jashim Uddin, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science & Sociology, North South University

1. Presenters: Niamot Ali, Mohammed Zahidul Islam
Rohingya Crisis and Security Concern for Bangladesh: A Study from Cox`s Bazar
2. Presenter: Amir Hossain
Say ‘NO’ Racism towards Rohingya Refugee
3. Presenter: Bashir Uddin
An Analysis of the Situation of Rohingya Refugees from the Perspective of Gendered Human Security
4. Presenter: Md. Emon Rahman
Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh and the Challenges of National and Regional Security in Terms of Socio-Cultural Aspect

 

Theme : Socio-cultural Problems and Dimensions
Theme : Environmental Impacts and Remedy

Session 24
Theme : Socio-cultural Problems and Dimensions
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: PSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 9th Floor (NAC 923)
Chair: Zahirul Alam, Chief News Editor, NTV

Discussant: Dr. Nigel Williams, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom

1. Presenters: SomnathSaha, Manjuma Akhtar Mousumi, Mamunur Rashid and Abdullah Al Mas-Ud
Rohingya Adolescents – Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals in Bangladesh Refugee Camps: A Qualitative Exploration to Understand the Issues that Affect Their Lives
2. Presenter: Andrianna Bashar
The Vicious Cycle of Rohingya Women’s Struggle for Personal Freedom and Future Concerns for Bangladesh: A Sociological Case Study
3. Presenter: Khawaja MasnoonZayeem
Rohingya Crisis in Myanmar: Religion, Politics and the Nation State
4. Presenter: Sigma Ainul
Marriage Practices among the Rohingya in Bangladesh and Socio-cultural Effects in the Surrounding Host Community

 

Session 25
Theme : Socio-cultural Problems and Dimensions
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: SBE-Conference Room,NAC Building: 6th Floor (NAC 640)
Chair: Dr. AQMA Rahman Bhuiyan, Associate Professor and Chair, Dept. of English & Modern Languages, North South University

Discussant: Prof. Sekhar Sil, Associate Professor, Bankura University, India

1. Presenter: Arpita Saha
Evaluating Inequality in Representing Rohingya Minorities by the Mainstream Indian Media: A Study
2. Presenter: Khaled Imran
Our Apathetic Fourth Estate?
3. Presenter: Md. Rashedul Alam
Polygyny in Rohingya Crisis and Aftermath
4. Presenters: Faheem Hussain, Zulkarin Jahangir, and Abdullah Hasan Safir
Rethinking Access to Information: The Missing Links and Undiscussed Questions of Exclusion in Rohingya Camps

 

Session 26
Theme: Socio-cultural Problems and Dimensions
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: Syndicate Hall, Admin Building: 5th Floor
Chair: Iqbal Sobhan Chowdhury, Media Adviser to Prime Minister of Bangladesh
Discussant: Dr Mohammad Ali Khan, Consultant- Researcher, Law Commission, Bangladesh
1. Presenter: Shayeed Hossain
The Origin of Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh: A Historical Analysis
2. Presenters: Dorothea Hilhorst, Rodrigo Mena Fluhmann and Rakib Ahmed
Humanitarian Governance, International Response and the Role of National Actors
3. Presenter: Md. Mahmudur Rahman Bhuiyan
Sources and Nature of Social Insecurity among Rohingya Adolescent Girls in the Camps in Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Fazle Rabbi, Nasrin Akter Romi
Re-emerging Disease among the Host Community after Rohingya Influx

 

Session 27
Theme: Socio-cultural Problems and Dimensions
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: SIPG-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1058)
Chair: Dr. Rizwan Khair, Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University
Discussant: Showvik Das Tamal, Assistant External Relations Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
1. Presenter: Muhammad Ala Uddin
The Rohingya Crisis and Global Responsibility: Toward an Alternative Humanitarianism
2. Presenter: Tumpa Paul
Socio-Cultural Impacts of Rohingya Crisis on Bangladesh: Searching for Durable Solutions
3. Presenters: Md. SazzadulHaque and Shabab Islam
Plastic Brick: Sustainable Use of PET Plastic Bottle as Building Block in Rohingya Refugee Camp
4. Presenter: Ima Sultana Charu
Impact of Rohingya Influx on the Living Condition of the Host Community

 

Session 28
Theme: Socio-cultural Problems and Dimensions
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: Global Health-Conference Room, SAC Building: 8th Floor
Chair: Dr. Nehginpao Kipgen, Associate Professor,Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P. Jindal Global University, India

Discussant: Dr. Kazi Maruful Islam, Professor, Dhaka University

1. Presenter: Md. Zarif Rahman
Re-examine the Rohingya Crisis- An Outcome of Protracted Conflict in the Rakhine State
2. Presenter: Biswajit Mohanty
Rohingya Refugees: Precarity and Policy Responses
3. Presenters: Tajbeul Ibn Mizan Ridoy, Md. Masud Rana
Changes of Psychological Pattern of Host Community toward Rohingyas over the Time in Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Md. Nadiruzzaman
When the Rubber Hits the Road: Local Leadership in the First 100 Days of the Rohingya Crisis Response

 

Session 29
Theme: Environmental Impacts and Remedy
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: SHSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1024)
Chair:Dr. Kamaluddin Ahmed, Former Secretary, Government of Bangladesh

Discussant: Prof. Ruhul Abid, Associate Professor, Brown University, USA

1. Presenter: Pushpita Ray
Reasons for Preferring Home Delivery among Rohingya Refugees in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
2. Presenter: Md. Saiful Islam, Mizanur Rahman, Tahmid Anam Chowdhury, Afruja Begum, Tasfia Shahid, Md. Anowarul Islam
Geomorphologic Change of Bhasan Char Island—the New Home of Rohingya Refugees in the Bay of Bengal
3. Presenter: Sherajul Mustajib Sharif
Environmental Implications of Rohingya Influx: A Complex and Wide-ranged Challenge to Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Leonora Adhikari
Menstrual Hygiene Management in the Humanitarian Context

 

Session 30
Theme: Environmental Impacts and Remedy
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: SEPS-Conference Room, SAC Building: 6th Floor (SAC 620)
Chair: Dr. Md. Jakariya, Professor, Dept. Environment Science & Management, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Mohammad Moshiur Rahman, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Environmental Science & Management, North South University

1. Presenter: John Herbohn
Steps toward Forest and Landscape Restoration in the Context of the Mass Rohingya Influx in Cox’s Bazar Region, Bangladesh
2. Presenters: Sharif A. Mukul and John Herbohn
Environmental Impacts following the Migration of Rohingya Refugees from Myanmar to Bangladesh: Towards a Sustainable Solution
3. Presenter: Arif Feisal
Environmental Impacts of Rohingya Influx in Cox’s Bazar
4. Presenters: Mohammed A. S. Arfin Khan and Sharif A. Mukul
Livelihood Impacts of Rohingya Refugee and Local People on forest: A Case Study in Teknaf Wildlife Sanctuary, Bangladesh

 

Session 31
Theme: Environmental Impacts and Remedy
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 01.31 – 03.00 pm
Venue: Economics Research Platform Conference Room, North Tower
Chair: Prof. Dr. Javed Bari, Dean, School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Harisur Rahman, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University

1. Presenters: Leonora Adhikari, Farhana Shahnaz, Syed Mahmud Hasan, Hossain Ishrath Adib
Integrated Disaster Risk Reduction Approach for the Vulnerable Camp Communities in Cox’s Bazar
2. Presenter: Ismat Hossain
Reviving the Green
3. Presenter: Nadim Khandaker
Stack Pot Water Disinfector a Sustainable Water Security Solution for Rohingya Refugee Camps
4. Presenters: Nadim Khandaker, Md. Moshiur Rahman, Tashfia Akter, and Jannatul Ferdous Barsha
Assessing the Groundwater Quality of Rohingya Refugee Camp Cox Bazar Bangladesh


Theme :
Forced Displacement and Human Rights
Theme: Legal Issues Associated with Refugee Crisis

Session 32
Theme: Forced Displacement and Human Rights
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 03.16 – 04.45 pm
Venue: SIPG-Conference Room, NAC Building: 10th Floor (NAC 1058)
Chair: Ambassador M. Humayun Kabir (Rtd.)

Discussant: Charlie Goodlake, Executive Assistant, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

1. Presenter: Ishrat Z. Sultana
Education is not for RohingyaRefugees: An Exclusionary Project of Denying Human Rights
2. Presenters:Nigel Williams, Mehdi Chowdhury, Karen Thompson
Evolution of Project Management Networks in the Context of the Rohingya Refugee Crisis
3. Presenter: Sharmin Chowdhury
Ethnic Cleansing through Forced Displacement: An Insight into the Bleak Future of Rohingya Muslims and Their Human Rights
4. Presenter:Frank Henry Wade
What Will Happen in Bangladesh Rohingya Relief Effort

 

Session 33
Theme: Forced Displacement and Human Rights
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 03.16 – 04.45 pm
Venue: SBE- Conference Room, NAC Building: 6th Floor (NAC 640)
Chair: Prof Dr. Abdur Rob Khan, Dean, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed, Chair, Dept. of Law, North South University

1. Presenter: Rachel Irene D’Silva, SudipBasu
Living with Statelessness and Exclusion: Rohingya Voices from the Sub-continent
2. Presenter: Samira Siddique
Rohingya Camps
3. Presenter: Monira Ahsan
Protecting the Human Rights of Children, Adolescent and Youth in Forced Displacement and Statelessness
4. Presenter: Rudabeh Shahid
Assam’s NRC: A Tool for Creating the Next Rakhine?

 

Session 34
Theme: Forced Displacement and Human Rights
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 03.16 – 04.45 pm
Venue: PSS-Conference Room, NAC Building: 9th Floor (NAC 923)
Chair: Brig. Gen. M. Sakhawat Hussain, PhD, (Rtd.), Fellow, South Asian Institute of Policy and Governance, North South University

Discussant: Dr. Mahmudur Rahman Bhuiyan, Dept. of Political Science and Sociology, North South University

1. Presenter: Mahbubul Haque
The Rohingya: From Stateless Persons to Victims of Genocide
2. Presenter: Regan Ahmed
Repatriation of Rohingya’s: A Conducive Test on its Practical Implementation
3. Presenter: Mary Stylidi
Myanmar’s Rohingya Refugees: The search for Human Security
4. Presenter:Mohammad Zaman
The Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh:Repatriation, Resettlement or Integration

 

Session 35
Theme: Forced Displacement and Human Rights
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 03.16 – 04.45 pm
Venue: Syndicate Hall, Admin Building: 5th Floor
Chair: Prof. Dr. Imtiaz A Hussain, Professor, Global Studies and Governance Program, Independent University Bangladesh

Discussant: Mohammad Iqbal, Legal Expert, and Former Additional Secretary

1. Presenter: Quazi Omar Foysal
Application of the Principle of Non-Refoulement in the (Prospective) Rohingya Repatriation Process
2. Presenter: Md. Injamul Huq
Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh
3. Presenter: Tariqul Islam
Rohingya Crisis:  Does Different Perception Leading to the Conflicting Situation?
4. Presenters: Mohammad Saeed Islam, Tanjila Afrin, Loban Rahman, Israt Zahan Islam and Shithee Ahmed
Rohingyas as Stateless People: Issues of Human Security and Successful Repatriation

 

Session 36
Theme: Legal Issues Associated with Refugee Crisis
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 03.16 – 04.45 pm
Venue: SEPS Conference Room, SAC 620
Chair: Professor M. Shahiduzzaman, Dept. of International Relations, Dhaka University

Discussant: Vincent Gule, Protection Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

1. Presenter: Heru Susetyo Nuswanto
Problems and Challenges of RohingyaAsylam Seekers in Medan City, Indonesia
2. Presenter: Shivani Dutta
Rohingyas in Bangladesh: An Analysis of the Policy, Law and Practice
3. Presenter: Md Mostafa Hosain
Rohingya Refugees: From the Perspective of International Refugee Law
4. Presenter: Shahana Sultana
The Misery and Coping of Rohingya: A Comparative Study of Registered and Non-registered Rohingya Migrants of Bangladesh

 

Session 37:
Theme: Voices from the Field
Sunday, July 28, 2019; Time: 03.16 – 04.45 pm
Venue: SHSS-Conference Room, NAC 1024
Chair: Mainul Alam, Former President, Diplomatic Correspondents Association, Bangladesh (DCAB) & Diplomatic Editor, The Daily Ittefaq
Discussant: Dr. Zulkarin Jahangir, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Management, North South University
1. Presenter: Mr. Ashok Kumar Sarkar
Organization: Mukti, Cox’sBazar, Bangladesh
2. Presenter: Taifur Rahman, Ahmed Zubair Mahadi, Ahmed Hossain
Organization: Health Management Bangladesh Foundation
3. Presenter: Saiful Islam Chowdhury
Organization: PULSE – Bangladesh, Cox’sBazar, Bangladesh
4. Presenter: Abdullah Al Raihan
Organization: BRAC