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KOLI Anar

アナ コリー | KOLI Anar
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Lecturer
Research field  (1): International relations
Research keywords  (3): Global Environmental Politics ,  International Political Economy ,  Global Governance
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • Global Environmental Politics
MISC (3):
  • Anar Koli. Forest Community Forest Management addressing Social Vulnerability of Forest Communities in Bangladesh. International Forestry Review. 2013. 15. 3. 336-347
  • Anar Koli. Does resource scarcity relate solely to environmental insecurity? Perspective from water crisis issue in Bangladesh. Journal of International Political Economy. 2007. 18. 53-79
  • Anar Koli. Policy Response towards Livelihood Security of Forest Communities in Bangladesh. The Journal of International Public Policy. 2011. 28. 43-67
Books (3):
  • Governing the Forests: An Institutional Analysis of REDD+ and Community Forest Management in Asia
    United Nations University and International Tropical Timber Organization 2013 ISBN:978-92-808-4545-7
  • Governing the Forests: An Institutional Analysis of REDD+ and Community Forest Management in Asia
    the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) and the United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) 2013 ISBN:9789280845457
  • Civil Society in South Asia: In search of Democracy and Development
    Ashgate Publishing Limited, UK. 2015 ISBN:1472423313
Lectures and oral presentations  (9):
  • Water crises in Bangladesh: A case study in environmental security
    (2nd ASEAN post graduate seminar 2006, December 4-6, University of Malaya 2006)
  • The emerging role of civil society for water governance in Bangladesh
    (Seminar on Special Research Project on Civil Society, the State and Culture in Comparative Perspective, Tsukuba: University of Tsukuba, Japan 2006)
  • Protected Area Co-management in Bangladesh-Can enhance the adaptation of the forest communities
    (International Conference on Environmental Aspects of Bangladesh (ICEAB), September, University of Kitakyushu, Japan 2010)
  • Emerging role of Community Forest Management in Reducing Carbon Emission
    (Capacity Building Workshop on Carbon Governance in Asia: Bridging Scales and Disciplines, 1-3 November, Institute of Advanced Studies of the United Nations University (UNU-IAS), Yokohama, Japan 2010)
  • The Global Environmental Policy Network in Contemporary Japan
    (the 85th Annual Meeting of Southern Political Science Association (SPSA), New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, January 9-11, 2014 2014)
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Education (4):
  • - 1994 University of Dhaka Faculty of Science Botany
  • - 1995 University of Dhaka Graduate School, Division of Environmental Science Botany
  • - 2006 University of Tsukuba Graduate School, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences International Political Economy
  • - 2011 University of Tsukuba Graduate School, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences International Political Economy
Professional career (4):
  • PhD in International Political Economy (University of Tsukuba)
  • MA in International Political Economy (University of Tsukuba)
  • MSc in Botany (University of Dhaka)
  • BSc in Botany (University of Dhaka)
Work history (12):
  • 2011 - 2012 From 2011-2012
  • 2012 - 2014 From 2012-2014
  • 2015 - From 2015 ?Present
  • SOKA UNIVERSITY, Tokyo, Japan
  • Lecturer in International Political Economy,
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Committee career (11):
  • 2002 - From 2002 to 2003
  • Name of the organization: NGO FORUM for Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation (DWSS), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Name of the Post: Senior Training Officer
  • Name of the project: Joint Project of Bangladesh Government and UNICEF ‘Environmental Sanitation, Hygiene and Water Supply in Rural Areas (GOB-UNICEF) Project’
  • 2000 - From 2000 to 2002
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Association Membership(s) (1):
International Association for the Study of the Commons
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