Md. Abu Bakar Siddique

Md. Abu Bakar Siddique

Assistant Professor

Department of Law
Faculty of Security & Strategic Studies (FSSS)

absiddique@bup.edu.bd


BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS
Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216

Education
S.S.C, Brother Andre High School
H.S.C, Milestone College
Honors, University of Dhaka
Masters, University of Dhaka
Masters, University of Sydney

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Journal Publication

1.

1.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, and Ghosh, Bishwajit, “Trans-boundary water dispute betweenBangladesh and India and the role of Bangladesh National River Conservation Commission(NRCC): Prospects and Challenges” University of Manchester (UoM) & NorthSouth University Jointly Organized Conference, Edited Volume, CRC Press, Routledge-Taylor &Francis Group 2024 (Forthcoming).

2.  Haque,Mohammad Ekramul & Siddique, Md Abu Bakar, ‘Protection of Refugees in theNon-signatory States to the 1951 Refugee Convention: Bangladesh Case Study’ Leiden,The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF2024 (Forthcoming)

3.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, " Bangladesh Policy Responses to Climate ChangeInduced Displacement." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia.Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Leiden, TheNetherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF2021.

 

4.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, "Bangladesh Institutional practices towards Climate ChangeInduced Displacement (CCID)." Encyclopedia of Public International Law inAsia. Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Leiden,The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

5.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, " Bangladesh leadership role in the International climatechange induced displacement discourse." Encyclopedia of PublicInternational Law in Asia. Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in SeokwooLee, (ed) Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

6.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, " Global Fund on climate change and Displacement: Issues inBangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia. MuhammadEkramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Leiden, The Netherlands:Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

7.     Siddique, Md Abu Bakar, "SustainableDevelopment and Protection of Climate Change induced displacees/migrants:Prospect and Challenges for Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of PublicInternational Law in Asia. Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in SeokwooLee, (ed) Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

8.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Food Security in Bangladesh: Challenges and their ImplicationsRevisited!’ Published in the Journalof Society & ChangeVol. XI, No.1, ISSN :1997-1052 (Print), 227-202 X (Online), Pp 7-16, 2017 http://societyandchange.com/uploads/1518075066.pdf  

 

9.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Setting the Agenda for Climate Change Induced Migration inBangladesh, Published Investigating Human Rights Practice in Asia” Ed., Dr.Matthew Mullen, Published by Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies,Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, ISBN: 978-616-279-692-0, Pp 69-74,2016

 

 

10. Siddique, Md Abu Bakar, ‘Right to Privacy and Counter-terrorism in theDigital Age: A Critical Appraisal for Bangladesh’ Co-authored with, SharminAkter, Published in IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR -JHSS)Volume 21, Issue 7, Ver. VIII PP 64-72, July. 2016, e-ISSN: 2279-0837, p-ISSN:2279-0845 http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol.%2021%20Issue7/Version-8/H2107086472.pdf

 

11. Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Fighting Against Transnational Cybercrime: Technical Barriersand Legal Challenges’ Co-authored with Sharmin Akter, Published in JudicialAdministration Training Institute (JATI) Journal, Dhaka, Bangladesh MarchVolume of 2016.

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Conference Papers

1.

1.      “Trans-boundary water dispute betweenBangladesh and India and the role of Bangladesh National River Conservation Commission(NRCC): Prospects and Challenges” International Conference on ‘Transboundary Rivers of South Asia: Fostering Regional Collaboration for Environmental Sustainability’ from 7 to 8 May 2024 at North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is jointly organized by the SIPG of NSU, the Department of Geography, University of Manchester (UoM), United Kingdom, and the National River Conservation Commission (NRCC), Bangladesh

2. ‘Policy and Legal Response of Bangladesh to deal with Climate Change’ Presented at day-long workshop on: Embracing SDGs- Climate Action! was held at Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), jointly organised by the Department of Law, Faculty of Security and Strategic Studies (FSSS), BUP and SDG Lab-Bangladesh, 31st March 2018. https://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/day-long-workshop-sdg-and-climate-action-held-bup-1556971

3. ‘Food Security in Bangladesh: Challenges and their Implications Revisited’ presented in International Conference on Governance in Transition: Perspectives and Practices, on 18-19 December 2015, Organized by: Centre for Administrative Research and Innovation (CARI), University of Dhaka, OSDAR and GAIN at BARD Comilla, Bangladesh.

4. Prioritizing income and livelihood securitization in Climate Financing from BCCTF: Issues and Concerns for Climate Change Induced Migration Discourse in Bangladesh’ presented in the Graduate Student Symposium on Human Rights Research in Asia, on 30 June 2014,Organized by: Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP), Mahidol University and Master of Arts in International Development Studies (MAIDS)program, Chulalongkorn University.

 

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Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Books

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1.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Sustainable Development’ in Bangladesh and International Law,ed. Mohammad Shahabuddin, Published by Routledge ISBN 9780367618582 (ROUTLEDGE 2021) https://www.routledge.com/Bangladesh-and-International-Law/Shahabuddin/p/book/9780367618582


 

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Researchs

1. Human rights, Migration Law, Sustainable development Law, Climate Change Law, Refugee Law and Development discourses.

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Awards

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§  Awarded Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific) Scholarship granted by European Union (EU) and University of Sydney, Australia.2013/14. 

§  Received‘Migration and Human Rights Workshop’ award by The Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, New York, (USA), 20 non-credit bearing hours online Training from 20 July – 07 August 2020.

§  Received Scholarship to get enrolled in the advanced Online Certificate Course on‘Sustainable Development Goals: Law and Policy’, Organized by University of Cambridge, started from 29 January 2024 – 27 March 2024.

§  The Winner of one of the12 global best participants among 250 in ‘Evidence and Lessons from Latin America (ELLA) on Human Rights’, organized by Fundar, Centro de Análisis eInvestigación, Mexico, 3 months online & Study tour from 26 May- 4June 2013 held in Mexico City, Mexico

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Courses

1. Public International Law, International Human Rights Law, International Law on refugees, migrants and stateless persons, Law of Contract etc

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

S.S.C, Brother Andre High School
H.S.C, Milestone College
Honors, University of Dhaka
Masters, University of Dhaka
Masters, University of Sydney

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

1.

1.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, and Ghosh, Bishwajit, “Trans-boundary water dispute betweenBangladesh and India and the role of Bangladesh National River Conservation Commission(NRCC): Prospects and Challenges” University of Manchester (UoM) & NorthSouth University Jointly Organized Conference, Edited Volume, CRC Press, Routledge-Taylor &Francis Group 2024 (Forthcoming).

2.  Haque,Mohammad Ekramul & Siddique, Md Abu Bakar, ‘Protection of Refugees in theNon-signatory States to the 1951 Refugee Convention: Bangladesh Case Study’ Leiden,The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF2024 (Forthcoming)

3.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, " Bangladesh Policy Responses to Climate ChangeInduced Displacement." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia.Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Leiden, TheNetherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF2021.

 

4.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, "Bangladesh Institutional practices towards Climate ChangeInduced Displacement (CCID)." Encyclopedia of Public International Law inAsia. Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Leiden,The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

5.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, " Bangladesh leadership role in the International climatechange induced displacement discourse." Encyclopedia of PublicInternational Law in Asia. Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in SeokwooLee, (ed) Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

6.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, " Global Fund on climate change and Displacement: Issues inBangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia. MuhammadEkramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Leiden, The Netherlands:Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

7.     Siddique, Md Abu Bakar, "SustainableDevelopment and Protection of Climate Change induced displacees/migrants:Prospect and Challenges for Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of PublicInternational Law in Asia. Muhammad Ekramul Haque(ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in SeokwooLee, (ed) Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, NIJHOFF 2021.

 

8.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Food Security in Bangladesh: Challenges and their ImplicationsRevisited!’ Published in the Journalof Society & ChangeVol. XI, No.1, ISSN :1997-1052 (Print), 227-202 X (Online), Pp 7-16, 2017 http://societyandchange.com/uploads/1518075066.pdf  

 

9.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Setting the Agenda for Climate Change Induced Migration inBangladesh, Published Investigating Human Rights Practice in Asia” Ed., Dr.Matthew Mullen, Published by Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies,Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, ISBN: 978-616-279-692-0, Pp 69-74,2016

 

 

10. Siddique, Md Abu Bakar, ‘Right to Privacy and Counter-terrorism in theDigital Age: A Critical Appraisal for Bangladesh’ Co-authored with, SharminAkter, Published in IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR -JHSS)Volume 21, Issue 7, Ver. VIII PP 64-72, July. 2016, e-ISSN: 2279-0837, p-ISSN:2279-0845 http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jhss/papers/Vol.%2021%20Issue7/Version-8/H2107086472.pdf

 

11. Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Fighting Against Transnational Cybercrime: Technical Barriersand Legal Challenges’ Co-authored with Sharmin Akter, Published in JudicialAdministration Training Institute (JATI) Journal, Dhaka, Bangladesh MarchVolume of 2016.

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

1.

1.      “Trans-boundary water dispute betweenBangladesh and India and the role of Bangladesh National River Conservation Commission(NRCC): Prospects and Challenges” International Conference on ‘Transboundary Rivers of South Asia: Fostering Regional Collaboration for Environmental Sustainability’ from 7 to 8 May 2024 at North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is jointly organized by the SIPG of NSU, the Department of Geography, University of Manchester (UoM), United Kingdom, and the National River Conservation Commission (NRCC), Bangladesh

2. ‘Policy and Legal Response of Bangladesh to deal with Climate Change’ Presented at day-long workshop on: Embracing SDGs- Climate Action! was held at Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP), jointly organised by the Department of Law, Faculty of Security and Strategic Studies (FSSS), BUP and SDG Lab-Bangladesh, 31st March 2018. https://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/day-long-workshop-sdg-and-climate-action-held-bup-1556971

3. ‘Food Security in Bangladesh: Challenges and their Implications Revisited’ presented in International Conference on Governance in Transition: Perspectives and Practices, on 18-19 December 2015, Organized by: Centre for Administrative Research and Innovation (CARI), University of Dhaka, OSDAR and GAIN at BARD Comilla, Bangladesh.

4. Prioritizing income and livelihood securitization in Climate Financing from BCCTF: Issues and Concerns for Climate Change Induced Migration Discourse in Bangladesh’ presented in the Graduate Student Symposium on Human Rights Research in Asia, on 30 June 2014,Organized by: Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies (IHRP), Mahidol University and Master of Arts in International Development Studies (MAIDS)program, Chulalongkorn University.

 

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2.

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

1.

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1.    Siddique,Md Abu Bakar, ‘Sustainable Development’ in Bangladesh and International Law,ed. Mohammad Shahabuddin, Published by Routledge ISBN 9780367618582 (ROUTLEDGE 2021) https://www.routledge.com/Bangladesh-and-International-Law/Shahabuddin/p/book/9780367618582


 

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Human rights, Migration Law, Sustainable development Law, Climate Change Law, Refugee Law and Development discourses.

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

§  Awarded Master of Human Rights and Democratisation (Asia Pacific) Scholarship granted by European Union (EU) and University of Sydney, Australia.2013/14. 

§  Received‘Migration and Human Rights Workshop’ award by The Institute for the Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, New York, (USA), 20 non-credit bearing hours online Training from 20 July – 07 August 2020.

§  Received Scholarship to get enrolled in the advanced Online Certificate Course on‘Sustainable Development Goals: Law and Policy’, Organized by University of Cambridge, started from 29 January 2024 – 27 March 2024.

§  The Winner of one of the12 global best participants among 250 in ‘Evidence and Lessons from Latin America (ELLA) on Human Rights’, organized by Fundar, Centro de Análisis eInvestigación, Mexico, 3 months online & Study tour from 26 May- 4June 2013 held in Mexico City, Mexico

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024

Public International Law, International Human Rights Law, International Law on refugees, migrants and stateless persons, Law of Contract etc

Last Updated: 12 Jun 2024