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M. "Asad" Asadullah BA (Hons), MA (EMU), MA (SFU)
M. “Asad” Asadullah is a PhD candidate at Simon Fraser University's School of Criminology. He is a criminology instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. He has a Masters in Criminology from Simon Fraser University, Canada, and a Masters in Conflict Transformation from Eastern Mennonite University, USA. His research interests include restorative justice, peacemaking criminology, conflict resolution, indigenous justice and contemplative justice. As a sessional faculty, Asad taught Restorative Justice at Simon Fraser University and Peace & Conflict Studies at the University of the Fraser Valley for a number of semesters. He is the recipient of multiple awards and scholarships including Contemplative Social Justice Scholar Award, ACJS Doctoral Fellowship Award, C.D. Nelson Memorial Graduate Award, Provost Prize of Distinction, Graduate Fellowship and Law Foundation Scholarship in Restorative Justice. Currently, he is the board member of Vancouver Association for Restorative Justice and Salish Sea Empathy Society. To showcase his work, Asad participated in a number of international trainings and conferences in Bangladesh, Canada, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Norway, Turkey, UK, and USA.
Areas of Interest
Restorative Justice, Peacemaking Criminology, Conflict Resolution, Indigenous Justice, Contemplative Justice