He researched and coauthored “Working Conditions of Agricultural Labour in Punjab” (2001) and “Life On the Margins” (2012), a study on situation of minority women in Punjab and Sindh Provinces. He published several fact-finding reports and books in Urdu including, Insani Haqooq Ke Irteqa and Insani Haqooq Ka Bainulaqwami Nizam (Sanjh Publications).He studied Political Science, Law and Rural Development in Pakistan and earned an LLM degree from University of Notre Dame (US) in International Human Rights Law (2014).Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or email@example.com Twitter: @PeterJacobCSJ
Suneel Malik is human rights professional, with 17 years of experience in developing and implementing human rights advocacy programs with particular interest in religious freedom, social justice, inclusive & equitable education, and national & international human rights protection mechanism. Malik specializes in project management, building organizational capacity, writing project proposals & progress reports, and developing tools for monitoring & evaluation of the projects.
Malik is currently serving as the Manager Programs at Centre for Social Justice, and assisting in developing research and advocacy project proposals, and responsible for overall project management including; project planning, assessing progress, monitoring & reporting, and keeping track of project bottlenecks and lessons learnt. Previously, he worked with National Commission for Justice and Peace (NCJP), of the Pakistan Catholic Bishops’ Conference as regional coordinator (2003-2010), and with the Peace and Human Development (PHD Foundation) as its Director (2010-2016). Malik authored several position papers and articles on human rights, and contributed in research study on gaps and challenges in effective implementation of job quota policy for religious minorities in Pakistan. He co-authored a working paper on “Ethics in Question” that assesses the viability of Ethics in lieu of Islamic education as a subject for students belonging to religious minorities in public educational institutions of Pakistan.
Malik earned a master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Punjab-Lahore, and a master’s degree in Mathematics from the Government College University-Faisalabad. He also holds certificate in Gender & Women’s Studies from Allama Iqbal Open University-Islamabad. .
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Kulsoom Sadiq is a development professional and social activist with over 15 years of experience in the development sector. She worked in different capacities with National and International organizations including Shirkat Gah as a Research Associate, AMAL as a Facilitator & trainer (2000-2001) in rural Sindh and Balochistan, Plan Pakistan as a Health Educator (2004-2006), Program Manager at RASTI (2006- 2008), Heinrich Boll Stiftung-Pakistan/Afghanistan (2008-2015) as a program officer. Her recent engagement was as a Grant Holder and capacity building officer at Aurat Foundation Gender Equity Program, funded by USAID (2015-2016). Her skills include community mobilization, organizational management, managing grants and projects, supervising project partner’s work, report writing, networking and advocacy. She also conducted seminars, conferences and delivered trainings on children’s health, HIV/AIDs, Gender and Human Rights. She holds a master’s degree in Political Science from Punjab University, Lahore, graduate of South Asian Woman Training on Gender Issues from SANGAT, Nepal and “Inter-religious Peace-building M&E, one week training workshop from Alliance for Peace-building-NY in Bangkok, Thailand. She is serving as Project Coordinator at Center for Social Justice since January 2017. She is responsible for project management including implementing, assessing progress, monitoring and reporting and keeping track of challenges and lesson learnt. During her tenure at CSJ, she worked on different projects ‘Strengthening Peace-building Infrastructure in Punjab and Sindh’, Advocacy for Minorities’ equal rights and Minorities Leadership Development Program. She assisted in data collection and compilation for research study “Building Peace from the Bottom” and contributed articles on implementation of job quota, weapon control in Pakistan and Prevention from Coronavirus.
Emmanuel Shafquat is a finance and management professional with 6 years of experience working with NGOs and commercial organizations. He has worked with Master Motorcycles Pvt. Ltd as Assistant Manager Accounts and PMS (Pak Mission Society) as the Finance Manager. He was also associated with the FBM (Financial Business Magnate) in the capacity of a Financial Analyst. Emmanuel has extensive experience in budget forecasting, grant monitoring, financial statement preparation, and financial reporting and communication. He is skilled in team-building, skill development, and conflict resolution. Emmanuel is also a free-lance instructor for Strategic Corporate Reporting, Strategic Business Leader and Advanced Financial Management.
Emmanuel holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of Punjab, Lahore. He is an ACCA affiliate (a recognized body of the chartered certified accountants based in Glasgow, UK). Emmanuel is currently a student of MSc. Professional Accountancy from the University of London. He was also an Inductee of ACCA Pakistan’s Young Leader’s Program 2016-2017. E-mail: email@example.com
Kanwal J. Eugene
Kanwal J. Eugene is a Project Manager at the Centre and is currently working on a project titled, “Social and Economic Empowerment of Minorities (SEEM)”. She started her career in 2005 as an intern with Community World Service, (CWS) Pakistan-Afghanistan. After her internship, she moved to the Banking Industry as an IT Project Manager and won awards for her services with both Allied Bank Ltd. and Summit Bank Ltd. (formerly Atlas Bank Ltd.). Her notable projects in the banking industry include launch of Internet Banking, ATMs, ATM cards, Call Centre and IVR. In 2012, she became responsible for the Technical Operations of a family-owned Software House for a few years. Kanwal is also a proud parent to the most wonderful 6 years old one can meet. Her ambition in life is to raise him with the right values.
Faiza Arshad is a social policy researcher currently working at the Centre on CSJ’s education-related projects & initatives. She has worked with various Non-Governmental Organizations and Medical Centers. She holds an MPhil Degree in Social Work from the University of the Punjab. Her research articles have been published in Academic Research International, RPWP Conference Paper series, and the Journal of Behavioral Sciences. She specializes in field / community work, surveys and research reports. Her research interests are in Social Issues, Gerontology, Social Action, Medical Social Work, Community Development and School Social Work.
Mahnoor Shamshair is an accounting professional having experience of 3 years working as an Accounts Officer in the Spirit Industries Pvt. Ltd. She has experience in book-keeping on different accounting software i.e. Light Wave, POS, ERP and proficiency in financial reporting. She has excellent interpersonal skills and enjoys working in teams. Mahnoor is a student of Certificate of Accounting and Finance from Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP).