Memberships: Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust, Member, Ain o Salish Kendra (the Law and Mediation Centre) Dhaka, Member, Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs, Member, International Law Association, Director, South Asia Women's Fund, Member, Advisory Group, Women's International Coalition for Gender Justice (WICG); Legal Officer for South Asia, INTERIGHTS (1997-2003); Consultancies for among others, DANIDA, NORAD, UNDP, OHCHR, Royal Netherlands Embassy, International Council on Human Rights Policy, International Women's Rights Action Watch- Asia Pacific; Publications: Editor, Handbook on Legal Remedies for Forced Marriage (forthcoming, Universal Law Publishers, New Delhi, 2010, Editor, Bangladesh UPR Forum's Submission to the Human Rights Council, 2009, Co-Editor (with Hameeda Hossain/Dina M Siddiqi), Human Rights in Bangladesh 2008, ASK, Bangladesh, Human Rights in Bangladesh 2007, Human Rights in Bangladesh 2006, Co-editor (with Lynn Welchman). "Honour:" Crimes Paradigms and Violence against Women (Zed Press, London 2005; Zubaan Press, New Delhi; Spinifex Press Australia), Editor (with Shahdeen Malik and Bushra Musa), Rights in Search of Remedies: Public Interest Litigation in South Asia, University Press Limited, Dhaka, 1996. Articles: "Wayward Girls and Well Wisher Parents: Habeas Corpus, Women's Rights and the Bangladesh Courts" in Aisha Gill (ed) Forced Marriage (Zed, London, 2010, forthcoming); "Confronting Constitutional Curtailments: Attempts to Rebuild Independence of the Judiciary in Bangladesh," in Paul Brass (ed) Handbook of Politics in South Asia (Routledge, 2010); with Iain Byrne, "South Asia" in Malcolm Langford (ed), Social Rights Jurisprudence: Emerging Trends in International and Comparative Law, Cambridge University Press, 2008; "The Right to Marry" in Indira Jaisingh (ed.) Men's Laws, Women's Lives (Zubaan Press, New Delhi); "Apostates, Ahmadis and Advocates : Uses and Abuses of Offences against Religion" in WLUML, Warning Signs of Fundamentalism, WLUML, 2004; with Suzanne E. Turner, "Abduction and Forced Marriage: Rights and Remedies in Bangladesh and Pakistan" in International Family Law, March 2001; Contributor, chapters on human rights law or legal developments, Human Rights in Bangladesh, Ain o Salish Kendra, Dhaka; with Sajeda Amin, "Women's Reproductive Rights and the Politics of Fundamentalism: A View From Bangladesh" American University Law Review, April 1995, Vol. 44(4), 1319; "Equality and Personal Laws in South Asia" in Rebecca Cook (ed.), Human Rights of Women: National and International Perspectives, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania.