Amjad Mohamed-Saleem is a political analyst and freelance consultant with interests in peacebuilding and humanitarian policy, South Asia and interfaith action. In this capacity, he has worked with International Alert, KAICIID, Commonwealth Foundation, Search for Common Ground, Islamic Relief and Islamic Development Bank, among others. He is a visiting fellow on peace and security at the Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies in Malaysia, and a global fellow at the Project for the Study of the 21st century, based in London. His main interest is the role of faith in conflict prevention and development. Saleem also sits as a thematic advisor looking at “meeting the needs of people in conflict” for the United Nations-initiated process, the World Humanitarian Summit. He is a regular contributor to journals, and he edited a book published in 2008 entitled “The Story of Aceh: Insights.”


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