Peer reviewed Articles

 

Articles
1. Law of Language and Language of law: A critical appraisal of the colonial legal language in Bangladesh and its impact on society, Bangladesh Journal of Law, V.18(1&2), December 2019
2. Silencing the Minority through Domination in Social Media Platform: Impact on the Pluralistic Bangladeshi Society, (coauthored with Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed), Human Rights and Digital Age, 2018

3. Continuing the Colonial Legacy in the Legislative Drafting in Bangladesh: Impact on the Legal Consciousness and the Rule of Law and Human Rights, International Journal of Legislative Drafting and Law Reform, 2017, V.5(1), 10-35
4. Analyzing the Inefficacy of Non-Interactive Legal Literacy Methods for the Community People: The Kwazulu-Natal Experience of the Family Advocate Workshops, Nepal Journal of Legal Studies and Research, 2016, V.1, 127-141
5. Archaeological Sites and Mangrove Forest as Ecologically Critical Areas in International Environmental Law: Analysing the Case of Bangladesh, Australian Journal of Environmental Law, 2016, V.3, 95-116, http://www.mq.edu.au/media/images/content-pages/macquarie-law school/ajel/2016/05_2016-AJEL_Arpeeta.pdf
6. Challenges of Human Rights Literacy in Developing Countries: Lessons from South Africa and Bangladesh on Conducting Street Law for the School Students, Asian Journal of Legal Education, V.5(1), 1-20, doi: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/pdf/10.1177/2322005817730149
7. A Beginner’s Take on Love: Does the Sufi Love Transcend Religious Borders to Encapsulate Humanity? Journal of Asiatic Society Bangladesh, 2016,V. 1, Issue 1
8. Community Lawyering or Collaborative Lawyering? – How Far Human Rights Advocacy Strategies harbor the Theory of Change, Asian Journal of Legal Education, 2016, V.3, Issue 2, 188-200, http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/2322005816640338
9. Unveiling the Invisible Anguish: the Victims of Climate Change, (coauthored), ELCOP Yearbook of Human Rights, 2013, 141-160
10. In Pursuit of Deliverance: Critical Analysis of the Draft Rights of the Persons with Disabilities Act 2012,(coauthored) ELCOP J. Human Rights and Critically Disadvantaged People, 2012, 207-224

Study Reports
1. Analysing the Legislative Gaps in the Detention Scheme of the Foreigners in Bangladesh: The Released Prisoners, National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh. http://www.nhrc.org.bd/PDF/Study%20reports/The%20Realeased%20Prisoner.pdf
2. Diverse Streams of Education in Bangladesh and Realisation of Right to Education, (coauthored) JAMACON Yearbook 2014, National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh (2014). http://www.nhrc.org.bd/PDF/Study%20reports/Right%20to%20Education.pdf
Book Chapters
1. Street Law and Public Legal Education: A Collection of Best Practices from around the world in honour of Ed O’ Brien, Ed. David Mcquoid-Mason, JUTA (2019)
2. Anti-Generic learning and Rebellious Lawyering in Bangladesh: Does it Really Work?, Human Rights and Rebellious Lawyering, Ed. Rahman, Billah and Baul, ELCOP (2019) 45-54
3. In The Shadow Of Death: The Tantees In Bangladesh, Ed. Dr. Md. Rahmat Ullah, ELCOP & Palal Publications, (2012)
4. The International Crimes Tribunal Bangladesh: Answers To The Frequently Asked Questions, National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh (2012)
Edited
1. Editor, SPIYCE Human Rights Fact Finding Manual (first of its kind in Bengali), ELCOP & EMK Center, March 2019
Research Monograph (Unpublished)
1. Need for a Right to Cultural Identity: The Dialectics of Narrow Identity markers creating Identity Crisis in Heterogeneous States, LLM Long Paper, Harvard Law School, 2015

2. Conciliation and Other Alternate Procedure for Dispute resolution in Personal matters Incorporated within the Legal System of the Sub-continent, Research Monograph for LLM, University of Dhaka, 2013