Author: Emraan Azad

Emraan Azad teaches law at Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP). He is the co-founder of Dhaka Law Review and served as its Editor-in-Chief during 2015-16. He holds an LLM in International Law from the University of Cambridge where he was a Commonwealth (Cambridge Trust) Scholar. His latest publication includes a book chapter analysing the domestic application of customary international law published in Bangladesh and International Law (Routledge, 2021).
  1. Book Review
Being one of the fundamental normative standards, the idea of human rights has been strengthening human civilization, years after years, to secure a dignified life for each individual irrespective of any difference or distinction in the society. The protection and promotion of human rights is now an immensely significant issue of concern to international community. […]
  1. Human Rights Law
  2. Right to Equality
The tension and debate over the protection of rights of the Dalit community and conflicting attitude of the State towards the socio-religious reform movements in South Asia has a tortuous history. The history dating back to the 19th century Indian socio-legal movement sheds light upon the expression of the rising national consciousness and spread of the […]

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