Dr. (Mrs.) Tasneem Arefa Siddiqi

Department of Political Science
Faculty of Social Sciences
Email: tsiddiqui59@gmail.com
Phone: 880-2-9661900

Book (22)

1 তাসনিম সিদ্দিকী অভিবাসীর অকথিত গল্প – স্বপ্ন ও বাস্তবতা. ঢাকা: রামরু, ২০১৯ .

2 Tasneem Siddiqui and Anas Ansar Social Cost of Migration Left-behind Children, Husbands and Wives in Bangladesh. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2020 .

3 Tasneem Siddiqui and C R Abrar Making Dalals Visible – Towards Transparency in Recruitment. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2019 .

4 Siddiqui,T Untold Stories of Migrants Dreams & Realities (Second edition). Dhaka: RMMRU, 2018 .

5 Siddiqui,T, Ananta Neelim, C Rashaad Shabab and Mahmudol Hasan Impact of Migration on Poverty and Growth in Bangladesh. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2018 .

6 Siddiqui,T, Mohammad Rashed Alam Bhuiyan, Prodip K. Das, Gobinda Chakraborty and Mahmudol Hasan Accommodating Migration in Climate Change Adaptation A GBM Delta Bangladesh Perspective. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2018 .

7 Tasneem Siddiqui et al Labour Migration From Bangladesh 2016: Achievements and Challenges. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2017 .

8 Tasneem Siddiqui Untold Stories of Migrants Dreams & Realities. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2017 .

9 Ananta Neelim and Tasneem Siddiqui Situation Analysis of the Migration Context and Policy Framework in Bangladesh. Dhaka: IOM, 2015 .

10 Siddiqui, T and Mohammad Jalal Uddin Sikder Migration of the Marginalised Domestic workers and Rickshaw-Pullers in Dhaka City. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2015 .

11 Siddiqui, T and Raisul Awal Mahmood Impact of Migration on Poverty and Local Development in Bangladesh. Dhaka: SDC and RMMRU, 2015 .

12 Siddiqui, T. and Bhuiyan M R A Impact of Arab Spring on Migrants: The case of Bangladeshi retunes form Libya. Dhaka: BILIA, 2014 .

13 Siddiqui,T Recruitment Practices in Bangladesh and Protection of Migrant Workers Rights: Trends, Challenges and the Way Forward’. Bangkok: ILO, 2012 .

14 Tasneem Siddiqui and Nelofar Parvin Circulation of Highly Skilled Professionals and its Impact on Development of Bangladesh. Geneva: UNCTAD, 2012 .

15 Tasneem Siddiqui and & Rashed Alam Bhuiyan Emergency Return of Bangladeshi Migrants from Libya: The Need for Rehabilitation. Singapore: NTS, 2011 .

16 Tasneem Siddiqui, (ed) Migration and Development Pro-Poor Policy Choices. Dhaka: UPL, 2005 .

17 Tasneem Siddiqui INSTITUTIONALISING DIASPORA LINKAGE THE EMIGRANT BANGLADESHIS IN UK AND USA. Dhaka: International Organization for Migration (IOM), Regional Office for South Asia, 2004 .

18 Tasneem Siddiqui Beyond the Maze: Streamlining the Labour Recruitment Process in Bangladesh. Dhaka: RMMRU, 2002 .

19 Barman, C.D and Siddiqui, T State of Democracy: An Overview of Democracy Assessment Reports in Bangladesh. Stockholm: International IDEA, 2001 .

20 Siddiqui, T Transcending Boundaries: Labour Migration of Women from Bangladesh. Dhaka: The University Press Limited, 2001 .

21 Siddiqui,T Temporary labour migration of women: case studies of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka / United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW). International Organization for Migration, 2000 .

22 Siddiqui,T Bangladesh, Pursuing Common Goals: Strengthening Relations between Government and Development NGOs. UPL, 1996 .

Book Section (7)

1 Siddiqui,T “Global human movement, humanitarian issues and Bangladesh foreign policy.” Changing Global Dynamics: Bangladesh Foreign Policy. Abdur Rahman edited Dhaka: BIISS and Pathok Shomabesh, 2018 page 88-111 .

2 Siddiqui,T “Situating migration in planned and autonomous adaptation practices to climate change in Bangladesh’.” Climate change, Vulnerability and Migration. S I Rajan and R B Bhagat edited Routledge, 2018 page 119-147 .

3 Siddiqui,T, Ram B. Bhagat, Soumyadeep Banerjee, Chengfang Liu, Bandita Sijapati, Rashid Memon, Pema Thinley, Michiko Ito, Orzala Nemat and Ghulam Muhammad Arif “Migration in the Hindu Kush Himalaya: Drivers, Consequences, and Governance.” The Hindu Kush Himalaya Assessment: Mountains, Climate Change, Sustainability and People. Editors: Dr. Philippus Wester, Dr. Arabinda Mishra, Dr. Aditi Mukherji, Dr. Arun Bhakta Shrestha Springer, 2018 page 517-544 .

4 Selim RaihanTasneem Siddiqui and Raisul A Mahmood “Estimating the Impact of International Remittance on Households Expenditure in Bangladesh.” The South Asia Migration Report 2017 Recruitment, Remittances and Reintegration. Rajan, I. edited India: Routledge, 2017 .

5 Tasneem Siddiqui and Motasim Billah “Adaptation to climate change in Bangladesh: migration, the missing link.” Adaptation to Climate Change in Asia. Edited by Sushil Vachani and Jawed Usmani Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, 2014 Pages:117–141 (25 total) .

6 Tasneem Siddiqui “Securitization of irregular migration : the South Asian case.” Studying non-traditional security in Asia : trends and issues. Marshall Cavendish Intl, 2006 pp 143-167 .

7 Tasneem Siddique “An Anatomy of Forced and Voluntary Migration from Bangladesh: A gendered perspective.” Crossing Borders and Shifting Boundaries. Volume 1: Gender on the Move. Mirjana Morokvasic, Umut Erel and Kyoko Shinozaki edited VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2003 .

Journal Article (8)

1 W Neil Adger, Ricardo Safra de Campos, Tasneem Siddiqui and Lucy Szaboova : Commentary: Inequality, precarity and sustainable ecosystems as elements of urban resilience, SAGE journals , vol.Vol 57 , no.Issue 7 , 2020 .

2 Martin, M., Kang, Y., Billah, M., Siddiqui, T., Black, R. and Kniveton, D. : Climate‐influenced migration in Bangladesh: The need for a policy realignmen, Wiley Online Library , 2017 .

3 Tasneem Siddiqui : International Labor Migration and Remittance, Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Bangladesh , pp.pp. 197-206 , 2016 .

4 Mohammad Towheedul Islam and Tasneem Siddiqui : Migratory Flows in Bangladesh in the Age of Climate Change: Sensitivity, Patterns and Challenge, Research Gate , 2016 .

5 Maxmillan MartinMotasim BillahTasneem SiddiquiChowdhury AbrarRichard Black and Dominic Kniveton : Climate-related migration in rural Bangladesh: a behavioural model, Springer , vol.Volume 36 , no.Issue 1 , pp.pp 85–110 , 2014 .

6 Maxmillan MartinTasneem SiddiquiRichard BlackMotasim BillahChowdhury Abrar and D. Kniveton : Climate-related migration in rural Bangladesh: A behavioural model in Population and Environment, Springer , 2013 .

7 Tasneem Siddique : Cross Currents of Empowerment and Marginalization: Women of Bangladesh in Transition, BIISS journal , vol.Vol. 20 , pp.524-549 , 1999 .

8 Tasneem Siddique : Politics of Gender and the State in Bangladesh, Dhaka University Studies (Journal of the Faculty of Arts) , vol.Vol. 55 , no.Special Issue on Women , 1998 .

Conference Proceedings (1)

1 Tasneem Siddiqui) “Migration and Millennium Development Goals: DFID-RMMRU Partnership.” UNFPA Expert Group Meeting , pp. pp 221-230. Marrakech, Morocco: UNFPA, 2005 .