Profile of Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan

Profile of Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan

Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan
Assistant Professor
Department of Political Science
Faculty of Social Sciences
Email: rashedalam@du.ac.bd
Phone: +88-01711151586
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Short Biography:

Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan is a faculty member of Political Science at the University of Dhaka since February 18th, 2013. His expertise lies in Political Economy, International Trade and Finance, studying various forms of Internal and International Migration, Adaptation to Climate Change, Sustainable and Inclusive Urban Development, Migrants' rights and Well-being. Previously, he served RMMRU as a Research Associate. He has worked across several research projects in collaboration with the University of Exeter, Sussex, Southampton and other research units, primarily focused on International Labour Migration, Internal Migration (Climate-Induced Migration & Displacement), Adaptation to Climate Change, Sustainable Cities and Inclusive Urban Development. His most recent publications

'Human security of urban migrant populations affected by length of residence and environmental hazards'. Journal of Peace Research’. (Accepted in June 2020 & due to publish in January 2021) Manuscript ID JPR-19-0488.R2 (Co-authored by Adger, W. N., de Campos, R. S., Siddiqui, T., Szaboova, L., Rocky, M.H., Bhuiyan, M.R.A., and Billah, T.

'Policy Opportunities and Constraints for Addressing Urban Precarity of Migrant Populations'. Global Policy. Special Issue’. (Co-authored) Siddiqui, T., Szaboova, L., Adger, W. N., de Campos, R.S., Bhuiyan, M.R.A., Billah, T. (2020) (Published Online: 15 October 2020 https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1758-5899.12855

‘Migration and Household Adaptation in Climate-Sensitive Hotspots in South Asia’ Current Climate Change Reports (2020) (Co-authored) Maharjan, A., de Campos, R.S., Singh, C., Das, S., Srinivas, A., Bhuiyan, M.R.A et al. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40641-020-00153-z

‘Situating migration in planned and autonomous adaptation practices to Climate change in Bangladesh’ (Co-authored) in Bhagat, R. and Rajan, I. edited Routledge Book of ‘Climate Change Vulnerability and Migration, South Asian Migration Series, Routledge, 2017

Degree Name Group/Major Subject Board/Institute Country Passing Year
Masters Sustainable Development University of Exeter United Kingdom 2019
Masters Political Science University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2008
Bachelor Political Science University of Dhaka Bangladesh 2007
Award Type Award Title Year Country Description
International Coventry University Ph.D Studentship 2020 United Kingdom
International Commonwealth Shared Scholarship 2018 2018 United Kingdom
National Dr. Ali Ahmed Memorial Scholarship 2008 2008 Bangladesh
National Deans Award (Faculty of Social Sciences) University of Dhaka 2007 Bangladesh
Research Interest
Subject Description
Political Science

Political Theory, Political Economy, Globalization and International Trade, Governance, Human Security, Migration, Refugee movements, Climate Change Adaptation, Sustainable Development: R

Project/Research Supervision
Level of Study Title Supervisor Co-Supervisor(s) Name of Student(s) Area of Research Current Completion
Masters MSc Thesis on 'Understanding the Well-being issues of internal migrants in a city (Chittagong): How gender and ethnicity matters? Dr. Thomas Chaigneau Dr. Lucy Szaboova

Based on the fieldwork in a South Asian rapidly urbanising city Chattogram (also known as Chittagong) of Bangladesh, this thesis explores the problems that different groups of migrants face in everyday city lives and identifies the important issues for their well-being. With a focus on low-income labour

2018
Project/Research Work
Subject Project Name Source of Fund From Date To Date Collaboration
To what extent the migration intermediaries are responsible for the precarity that Bangladeshi migrants faces in migration processing and employment in Malaysia and how that impacts the migration outcomes? MIDEQ GCRF & Coventry University 20-01-2020
International labour Migrant Recruitment Practices Reviewing migrants' Response onITUC Recruitment Advisor ITUC 01-10-2019 31-12-2019
Safe and Sustainable Cities: Human Security, Migration and Well-being Safe and Sustainable Cities: Human Security, Migration and Well-being ESRC- UK 01-10-2017 30-04-2019 University of Exeter
Resilient and Inclusive Urban Development Climate Migration Study of Resilient and Inclusive Urban Development’ (September – December, 2014) Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) 01-09-2014 30-12-2014 GIZ
Deltas, Climate Change, Migration, Adaptation Deltas, Vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation (DECCMA 2014-2018) Department for International Development (DFID), UK Govt. and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canadian Govt. 01-03-2014 01-10-2018 University of Southampton, IWFM- BUET
Climate Change, Migration Climate Induced Migration in Bangladesh Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), UK. 02-05-2012 01-07-2014 University of Sussex
Migration Migrants Rights to Information and Services (RMMRU – MRIS) Manusher Jonno Foundation, DFID 01-10-2011 30-04-2012 RMMRU
Migration Emergency return of Bangladeshi Migrants from Libya and developing skill base database of returnees Migrating Out of Poverty Research Programme Consortium (RPC) of the University of Sussex, UK 01-06-2011 30-09-2011 RMMRU
Invited Talk
SL Invited Talk
No invited talk is found
SL Collaboration & Membership Name Type Membership Year Membership Expire Year
1 Bangladesh Association of Science Educational 2014 Life Time
2 Department of Political Science Alumni Association Alumni 2012 to Onwards Life Time
Title Organization Location From Date To Date Description
Research Associate RMMRU Dhaka 30-10-2011

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2012 - 2013, Co-researcherBuilding evidence of climate change-induced migration in Bangladesh, (CDKN, Bangladesh) . The project was implemented by the Centre for Migration Research at the University of Sussex in partnership with RMMRU and was commissioned by CDKN, UK. The project entailed the collection and analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data on the impact of climate change on human displacement, as well as a review of the existing policy framework and interventions underway in Bangladesh.

Book
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Tasneem Siddiqui and Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan) Emergency return of Bangladeshi migrants from Libya. Singapore: Centre for Non-traditional Security (NTS) Studies at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), NTS Working Paper Series No. 9; April 2013 .
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Co-authored by Siddiqui, T., Bhuiyan, M.R.A., Das. P.K., Chakraborty., G. and Rocky, M.H Accommodating Migration in Climate Change Adaptation- A GBM Delta Bangladesh Perspective. Dhaka: IWFM and RMMRU, Dhaka, 2018 .
Book Section
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Tasneem Siddiqui and Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan "Impact of Arab Spring on Migrants: The case of Bangladeshi returnees from Libya." Bangladesh in International Relations 2012-2013. Abrar. C R edited Dhaka (Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA): March 2014 .
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Tasneem Siddiqui and Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan "Situating migration in planned and autonomous adaptation practices to Climate change in Bangladesh." Climate Change Vulnerability and Migration, South Asian Migration Series. Bhagat, R. and Rajan, I. 2017 .
Journal Article
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Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan : Migration as an adaptation strategy: Governing environmentally induced migration in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Political Science Review,, vol.Vol 13,, no.No 1, June 2017 .
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Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan : Political Instability in the Middle East and emergency repatriation of Bangladeshi Migrants and its economic consequences: A study on returnee migrants from Libya’, Bangladesh Unnayan Samikkhya (BUS) Journal of BIDS, February 2015. .
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Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan : Changing dimensions of security: An analysis, Bangladesh Political Science Review (BPSR),, vol.Volume 11, no.No.1 December 2015 .
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Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan : Globalisation and the Crisis of State Sovereignty” (co-authored);, Bangladesh Political Science Review (BPSR), Dhaka, vol.Volume 10,, no.No.1 December 2013 .
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Adger, W. N., de Campos, R. S., Siddiqui, T., Szaboova, L., Rocky, M.H., Bhuiyan, M.R.A. and Billah, T. : 'Human security of urban migrant populations affected by length of residence and environmental hazards', Journal of Peace Research, (impact factor:3.745) vol.January 2021, no.Special Issue 2021 .
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(Co-authored) Maharjan, A., de Campos, R.S., Singh, C., Das, S., Srinivas, A., Bhuiyan, M.R.A et al. : Migration and Household Adaptation in Climate-Sensitive Hotspots in South Asia2020, Current Climate Change Reports (2020), vol.6, no.1 pp.1-16, 2020 .
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Co-authored) Siddiqui, T., Szaboova, L., Adger, W. N., de Campos, R.S., Bhuiyan, M.R.A., Billah, T. (2020) : 'Policy Opportunities and Constraints for Addressing Urban Precarity of Migrant Populations'., Global Policy, no.Special Issue 2020 .