Malik Hammad Ahmad Lang
Director, International Coordination
Malik Hammad Ahmad Lang was born in Multan in Pakistan in December 1980. He was brought up in Pakistan. Graduated from Bahauddin Zakariya University (B.A. in Economics, Psychology,1998), Quaid-i-Azam University (MSc. History, 2001), European Peace University and University of Jaime-I Spain (MA Peace, Conflict and Development), and currently Leverhulme Trust PhD Research Fellow (History of Nonviolent Resistance of Pakistan:1977-88) at the University of Warwick, United Kingdom. As a historian, he specialises in South Asian history of Peace Studies and Nonviolence. He has taught modules on South Asian History at the University of Warwick, and F.G. Postgraduate College H-8, Islamabad. He has received WISCOMP Scholar of Peace (India), HRC Trans-Atlantic Fellowship (the University of Warwick), merit scholarships from Austrian Development Cooperation, and Bancaja and UNESCO Peace. As a human rights professional, he is a founding member of ILEWASI (a NGO in Castellon-Spain), and have seven years of work experience at International NGOs, and the Government of Pakistan mainly on education, gender and human rights. He is Special Assignment editor for The Diplomatic Insight (Pakistan).He is a member of the Royal Historical Society (UK), PIPFPD, and COSS (Pakistan). Knows Seriaki, Urdu, Punjabi, English, Spanish, Hindi, Sindhi and Catalan.