This individual is not a direct affiliate of the Berkley Center. S/he has contributed to one or more of our events, publications, or projects. Please contact the individual at her/his home institution.
Saiful Haque is the founder and president of MOVE Foundation, a youth-led civil society organization that promotes non-violence, inclusive education, and de-radicalization. For more than a decade, he has worked with the U.S. Department of State, the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, the Asia Foundation, and the Danish Working Environment Authority on good governance, youth mobilization, electoral reform, labor rights, and civilian security issues. Haque led Bangladesh’s largest election monitoring coalition, the Election Working Group; co-authored a piece outlining an election-time strategy during 2014 pre-election unrest; and appealed for peaceful resolution of political conflict through consensus. He later guided local NGOs under the Stop Violence Coalition to conduct a nationwide anti-violence campaign. He conducted post-graduate studies in international relations at the University of Dhaka.