Advisory Board

Khalid Ahmed is a senior journalist and renowned intellectual. He is the Director of South Asian Media School at SAFMA.

Rubina Saigol is currently an independent researcher. She has authored and edited several books and papers in English and Urdu on nationalism, the state, ethnicity, religious radicalism, terrorism, education, feminism and human rights. Some of her publications include Knowledge and Identity, Symbolic Violence, Locating the Self; Social Sciences in the 1990s; A Critical Appraisal of the Human Rights Movement; Women and Resistance; Engendering the Nation-state; Aspects of Women and Development; Deconstructing Terrorism: Discourse and Death in Pakistan; Militarization, Nation and Gender; Talibanization of Pakistan.

Catarina Kinnvall is associate professor of political science at Lund University, Sweden. Her research is centered on issues of globalization, religion, nationalism and identity conflicts. She is the author of a number of books and articles. She serves as vice president of the International Society of Political Psychology.

Dr. Khalid Masood is former chairman of the Council of Islamic Ideology (2004-2010). He also served as director general at the Islamic Research Institute,International Islamic University, Islamabad (2011-2013), and an ad-hoc judge and member of Shariat Appellate Bench at the Supreme Court of Pakistan in 2012. He was Distinguished Visiting Professor of Kulliyah of Laws at the International Islamic University, Kuala Lumpur (October-December 2003). He has an extraordinary scholarship on Islamic law and history as well as contemporary issues linking religion to conflict, politics and sociocultural discourse.

Ghazi Salahuddin is a Pakistani journalist, writer, literary figure. He has written various analytical columns, both in Urdu and English. He studied and graduated from the Karachi University.

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