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Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity
Enamul Mazid Khan Siddique AFSEE

Enamul Mazid Khan Siddique

Programme Manager, Oxfam International - Asia

Enamul (Enam) is an international development practitioner focusing on climate justice, anti-colonial environmental governance, and indigenous community rights over natural resources.

He has more than 14 years of experience in local and global evidence-based advocacy for transforming environmental policy and practices, especially those related to transboundary river basins and coastal/marine ecosystems. Currently, he works as a Programme Manager for Oxfam International's Asia Region.

In addition to being a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Social and Economic Equity, Enam is a Distinguished Humphrey Fellow on Climate Change and Natural Resource Management (US State Department) and a Kinship Conservation Fellow. He is also a Rawson Scholar at the LSE Geography and Environment Department's PhD programme (Environmental Economics and Policy Cluster).

Enam holds a Master of Science degree in Inequalities and Social Science (with distinction) from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences and a Master of Social Science and a Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) degree in Sociology from the University of Dhaka. 

I have seen (and am seeing) transformative changes happening through reflexivity, empathy, solidarity, and courage. My greatest inspiration is the people I work with at the grassroots level - especially those who are closest to nature and the kindest to others, despite facing the harshest of injustices and inequalities, and nevertheless - lifelong allies in the fight for Huq (rights and justice).

Enamul Mazid Khan Siddique


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