Dr. Md Kamrul Hasan is a researcher, community development worker and academic. Dr. Hasan worked in several international development organisations, think-tanks and academic institutions in Bangladesh, Australia and Thailand. He taught social sciences at the Department of Economics and Social Sciences at BRAC University. In addition, he held positions at ADD International, the Centre for Policy Dialogue (Bangladesh), ASHM (Australia), and the National Disability Services (Australia). He has also worked at Western Sydney University (Australia) and Chiang Mai University (Thailand). He is a Practical Justice Initiative Affiliate of the Faculty of the Arts and Social Sciences at UNSW Sydney. His research interests encompass health, gender, development, disasters and climate change. He has published in top-tier peer-reviewed journals published by Sage, Springer, Routledge, Cambridge University Press, Men’s Studies Press and others. He holds a PhD in Social Research in Health from the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney). An ADB-Japan scholar, Dr Hasan completed his MA in Development Studies (first class honours) at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. He also holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences (First class honours) and a Master of Social Sciences degrees (with first class, first position) in Sociology from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. He was awarded the prestigious Professor Nazmul Karim Gold Medal from the University of Dhaka for outstanding academic achievement. Dr. Hasan held an Affiliated Researcher position at Chiang Mai University, Thailand as a recipient of the Ford-Foundation-funded ASIA Fellows Awards. In addition, he received an Asian Development Bank-Japan (ADB-Japan) Scholarship to study at the University of Auckland. His opinion editorials have been published in leading national daily newspapers of Bangladesh.