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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 Research Fellow at the Northern Corridor Research Center (NCRC), UUM, and 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 Prague, Bangkok, Indonesia and Malaysia. She also receives four financial research grants from the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) to conduct several researches such as on the male and female leadership in NGOs, MPs evaluation model, migrant management policy and human development model. She also publishes articles in journals among others, Women in Politics in Malaysia: A brief history (2013). International Journal of Islamic Thoughts, 2(1). pp. 19-44; Women in the Malaysian Parliament (2010), Intellectual Discourse, 18 (2). pp. 283-322. Book chapters include Women’s Economic Empowerment in the Developing Countries: Re engineering Patriarchy? (2016) published by IGI Global and Internally Displaced Women in Armed Conflicts : The Present and the Future (2015) by UUM Press.
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