Faculty Publications

Department of Law and Human Rights

 

Faculty Publication:

  • Dr. Chowdhury Ishrak Ahmed Siddiky: Dr. C. I. A. (2018) ‘The Rule of Law in Developing Countries: The Case of Bangladesh’, Routledge.

  • Md. Abdur Rahim: M. A., (2018) “Alternative sanctions to convicted offenders in criminal justice system in Bangladesh focusing on probation and parole: a lesson from India” in the South Asian Law Review Journal Vol 4; February 2018; ISSN Number 2456-7531; published by Creative Connect International Publication.

  • M. A., (2018) “Alternative sanctions to convicted offenders in criminal justice system in Bangladesh focusing on probation and parole: a lesson from India” in the Amity International Journal of Juridical Sciences Vol 4- 2018; ISSN Number 2395-4019; published by Amity University.

  • Ms. Nazia Wahab: N., (2018) ‘Online Shopping and Consumer Rights Protection within Bangladesh: A Review of Current Laws and Regulations’, South Asian Law Review Journal, Volume 3.

  • Mohammad Rezaur Rahman: M. R. ‘SECULARIZING THE GOD: DEVELOPING A SUI GENERIS CIVIL RELIGION THROUGH SECULARIZATION OF ISLAM IN TURKEY’, Bangladesh Journal of Law, Vol. 16, Issue 2.

  • Md. Lokman Hussain: M. L., (2018) ‘Consumer Related Aspects of Intellectual Property’ Journal of Law and Policy, Vol. 3, Issue 1, December 2018, University of Asia Pacific.

  • Md. Saleh Akram: M. S., ‘A Study On Child Labor In Bangladesh: Causes and Consequences’, Journal of Rights of the Child, Volume II (Issue I) National Law University Odisha (NLUO) 01-19.

  • Saqi, A. B.: “The Strategy of Warfare and Its Non-Humanitarian Side: A Critical Analysis of Using Autonomous Weapons (AWS)”, ELCOP Year Book on Human Rights and Digital Age, 10 October 2018, ELCOP, Dhaka, pp. 151-164. ISBN 978-984-31-5114-9.

  • Md. Sazzad Hossain: M. S. (forthcoming, 2018), An analysis of the Supply Chain principle for the UK’s Overseas Companies: the practice of Tort law under International Corporate Law, International Journal of Law and Management Emerald Publications.60(6). ISSN: 1754-243X.

  • M. S.  (2018), ‘Social Media and Terrorism: Threats and Challenges to the

  • Modern Era’, Vol 22, Issue 2, pp. 136 – 155 South Asian Survey, Sage Publication.

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  • Alim, M. A., (2017), (co-author), „Dilemmas and Intricacies of Law, Society and Religion towards the Empowerment of Women in Bangladesh‟, International Journal of Women’s Research (IJWR), Vol. 3, Issue 2, (February 2017). Available at: https://ijwr.ut.ac.ir/article_60801.html 

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  • Wahab, N. Main Author, (2017) „Women of Bangladesh Struggling against Domestic Violence: Critical Analysis of Existing Legal Framework, Gap and Scopes‟, 1(2), Jagannath University Journal of Law.

  • Wahab, N, Main Author (2015) „Will Existing Decentralization Process of Bangladesh Demand for Federalism: Bangladesh on It‟s Verge for Sustainable Development‟, PP 366-371, Institute of Jurisprudence and International law (Volodymyr Dahl East Ukrainian National University).

  • Wahab.N. Main author, “Adulterated Food Induced Female Infertility in Bangladesh: A Hindrance towards Achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs)” (Vol.3, No.3) Journal of Asian and African Social Science and Humanities, PP12-28

  • Hussain, M. L. (2016), „Consumer Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights.‟ Paper presented in 3rd International Integrative Research Conference on Development, Governance and Transformation on 27-28 December 2016. 

  • Hussain, M. L., (2016), „Epistemological Basis of Democracy‟ (  ) This paper written in 

  • Bangla was presented in a Seminar arranged by the Pathikrit Foundtion in observing its 25th Anniversary, 19 October, 2016. 

  • Husain, M. L., (2015), „Nature of Authority in the State: Bangladesh Perspective‟. A paper presented in INSEARCH (International Conference) 2015, held at BARD, Comilla in December 2015. 

  • Rahim, M. A., (2017) “Removal of the Judges of the Supreme Court by the Parliament under 16th Amendment of the Constitution of Bangladesh: A Tension between Judicial Independence and Accountability” in the Indian Constitutional Law Review Edition 2, April 2017; ISSN-2456-8325 published by Agradoot Web Technologies LLP.

  • Rahman, M. R., (2017), “Human Rights and Corporate Social Responsibility: A Comparative Discourse” in Law Journal BD, Vol. 5, Issue 16, [ISSN: 2413-6131], Available online: http://www.lawjournalbd.com/2016/12/humanrights-and-corporate-social-responsibility-a-comparative-discourse/

  • Rahman, M. R., (2016), “The Effectiveness of the Affirmative Action for the Indigenous People of Bangladesh Under the Notion of “Backward Section”: An Analysis” in Law Journal BD, Vol. 4, Issue 5. [ISSN: 2413-6131], Available online: http://www.lawjournalbd.com/2016/06/the-effectiveness-of-the-affirmative-action-for-theindigenous-people-of-bangladesh-under-the-notion-of-backward-section-an-analysis/.

  • Rahman, M. R., (2015), (co-author) „Right to Health: from Rhetoric to Pragmatic Approach‟ in Jamakon Yearbook 2015, published by National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh.  

  • Siddiky, Dr. C. I. A. (2015) „Rooppur Nuclear Plant: Is Bangladesh Ready for Nuclear Power?‟ The Journal of World Energy Law and Business, Oxford University Press. 

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  • Siddiky, Dr. C. I. A. (2015) „The Nuclear Conundrum for Developing Countries: Are They Ready Yet?‟, Journal of Energy and natural resources Law, International Bar Association.

  • Siddiky, Dr. C. I. A. (2015) „The regime of Cross Border Pipelines and the Issue of Transit: the Way Forward?‟, International Energy Law Review, Sweet & Maxwell.

  • Sikder, P. K., (2016), „Village Courts: A Dilemma within…‟, Law & Our Rights, The Daily Star, on April 5, 2016.  

 

Conference/workshop attended: 

  • Wahab, N, (2016) „The impact of Environmental Pollution, Women‟s Empowerment and Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: South Asian Women in Focus‟ (Fifth International Research Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences), organized by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sri Jayewardenepura, Sri Lanka, 10-11 November, 2016. 

  • Rahim, M. A., (2017), „Alternative Sanctions to Convicted Offenders in Criminal Justice system: A Comparative Study between Bangladesh and India” in an International conference on „Crime and Investigation: Emerging Issue and Challenge in Criminal Justice Administration‟ organized by the Faculty of Law, Galgotias University, India, February 4, 2017. 

  • Rahim, M. A., (2015), „Human Rights in Bangladesh-2016”, Round Table Discussion on „Human Rights Scenario in Bangladesh‟ organized by Department of Law and Human Rights, University of Asia Pacific, December 2015. 

 

Research Conducted:  

  • Dr. Chowdhury Ishrak Ahmed Siddiky, „The Rule of Law in Developing Countries: The Case of Bangladesh‟