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Dr Ummu Atiyah is a Seniour Lecturer and currently the Undergraduate Coordinator for the International Affairs Department, Universiti Utara Malaysia. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) in 1999 majoring in Political Science. Obtained Master of Law in 2001 from the University of Hull and a PhD in Political science from IIUM Malaysia in 2014. She is at present, a Head of Research Unit, The State, Human Rights and Democratization Studies and a Research Fellow at the Institute of Excellence of Islamic Jerusalem Studies (IEIJS), UUM. Dr Ummu Atiyah also presents many papers at the local and international levels such as in Republic of Czech, Turkey, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. She is a principal researcher as well as members in international and national research grants from the International Labour Organization (ILO), Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE), SUHAKAM, on various topic such as representation of women in parliament in Asia, gender analysis in TVET Malaysia, ICERD, migrant management policy and human development model. She is an award-winner for the Best Political Science book category in the National Book Award 2020/2021. She also publishes book, book chapters and articles in journals. As a Gender Consultant, she also actively engage in various consultations including Gender Responsive Budgeting with CSOs in Malaysia (2021), and Parliamentary Engagement with MPs, MSAs and parliamentary staffs sponsored by Inter-Parez (2021). Other consultation - IPSOM on migrants and refugees (2019). She also appears on TV and Radio like Kedahfm, Bernama, RTM to speak on local politics, women empowerment and leadership
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