Mr. Rizwan Sharif

Lecturer


Experience:


  • Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi.
    Lecturer (Feb 2008 - To Date)
  • Foundation for Research on International Environment National Development and Security (FRIENDS) Rawalpindi.
    Research Associate (Sep 2003 - Feb 2004)

Qualification:


  • M. Sc Defence & Strategic Studies.
    Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad (2001 - 2003).
  • Bachelor of Arts.
    Gomal University D.I. Khan (1998 - 2000).

Workshops/trainings/seminars attended abroad:


  • Professional Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education at Institute of Education, University of London, UK. ( September 2013)
  • Workshop at Department of Peace Studies at University of  Bradford (U.K) on Conflict Gender and Security Sector Reform (Nov 15 – Nov 19, 2010 )
  • Panel Discussion/ Training Workshop on Capacity Building of Women Parliamentarians :
  • Department of Peace Studies at University of Bradford (UK) on June 22 – June 25, 2010
  • Westminster Foundation for Democracy, London (U.K) on June 21, 2010

Workshops/trainings/seminars attended in Pakistan:


  • Paper presented on “Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Technology” in Three Day Capacity Building Seminar on Nuclear Non-Proliferation: Challenges and Prospects organized by Strategic Vision Institute at Islamabad Club on June 24-26 2014.
  • Workshop organized as resource person on Democracy and Governance, in Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, funded by Intermedia Pakistan and Asia Foundation, Islamabad. first week of August 2013.
  • Workshop attended ( Training of Trainers) on Democracy and Governance, organized by Intermedia Pakistan and Asia Foundation, Islamabad ( Islamabad, July 2013)
  • Workshop attended in September 2012, at Islamabad Club on Strategic Stability in South Asia organized by LUMS (Lahore)  The Stimson Center (USA) and Carnegie Endowment for Peace (USA)
  • Workshop on Research Practices and Publications by Department of Peace Studies (University of Bradford, UK) at Islamabad on December 11, 2012 under British Council’s INSPIRE Project.

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