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Sumaiya Tanim

Sumaiya Tanim

Sumaiya Tanim has worked with young student community across Bangladesh to build awareness against hate speech since 2017. As a Programme Associate at the Tolerance, Peace and Respect (TRP) Project at MOVE Foundation, she designs and facilitates peacebuilding processes to develop the capacity of the mainstream (school, college and university) and marginalised (religious and ethnic minority) youths, particularly female students in peace and civic education. Through campaign #Reform53, she advocates for reforming discriminatory laws against women and LGBTQ+ people. She is also a member of the Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network, working for interfaith harmony and realisation of an effective policy on Women, Peace and Security in Bangladesh.


Languages
English, Bengali
Context expertise
Bangladesh