London, United Kingdom
Amjad Saleem is the Head of Communications for The Cordoba Foundation, an independent policy, research and public relations think tank based in London promoting intercultural dialogue and positive coexistence among civilisations, ideas and people , and advocating dialogue and action to promote understanding and acceptance of inter-communal and inter-religious issues in Britain, Europe, US and beyond.
His main interest is in building bridges between communities to help further respect, understanding and acceptance. In his previous role as the Sri Lankan country director of British based NGO Muslim Aid, where he oversaw post tsunami and post conflict reconstruction and rehabilitation, he was instrumental in bringing religious and civil society leaders together to discuss real practical ways of reconciliation post conflict in Sri Lanka. He is a regular contributor to journals and has edited a book published in 2008 entitled The Story of Aceh: Insights.
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