Senior Analyst - Counter-terrorism - South Asia Desk (Pakistan)
Dr. Tehmina Aslam Ranjha is from Pakistan and currently holds a position as a Research Analyst at Centre for Security Strategy and Policy Research and Assistant Professor at School of Integrated Social Sciences, University of Lahore. She has a distinguished academic record and she is the youngest PhD from University of the Punjab with a PhD in Political Science with focus on Religious Militancy in Pakistan. She is a CT expert and mostly works on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) in college and university campuses. She is also a national speaker on topics related to CVE and de-radicalisation. She has also worked with the Pakistani military, Police and NACTA to help establish a CVE narrative of Pakistan and to educate students at campuses to counter violent extremism. She is among the very few Pakistani women who are working on CVE and de-radicalisation.
She has M.Phil in Political Science from GCU Lahore. She has had the privilege of working with esteemed educational institutions such as Government College University Lahore, University of the Punjab, Fast National University, Kinnaird College for Women Lahore and University of Lahore. She was also the former member of Youth Parliament Pakistan Batch 7-year 2015; a program by PILDAT and Danish Embassy, in Youth Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and National Security and developed a report on National Action Plan. She is part of the international CVE community with a constant networking on various platforms on Terrorism and Counter Terrorism, Countering Violent Extremism and Crime Prevention.