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Sanju Gurung

Expert/Consultant for Nepal, Bhutan and China (Tibet) – the countries in the Himalayan belt. He is also a PhD student (part-time) in Politics at the Queen Mary University of London where his research project examines the internal politics of the above-mentioned countries from the geopolitical perspective with China and India.

Name
Sanju Gurung
Occupation
Independent Consultant, Politics PhD student (part-time)
Director of greenwall consultancy (gwc).
Expertise
  • Political parties; Political, cultural and social movements, Sectarian violence, opposition parties, Political transition.
  • Human rights; torture, human trafficking, gender discrimination, Mixed (inter-cast) marriage and domestic violence, ethnic minority groups, foreign employment and bonded labour, refugees.
  • Geopolitical trend and regional security in the Himalayan belt.
  • Gurkhas; employment in the foreign military, security contractors, migration and diaspora issues.Political parties; Political, cultural and social movements, Sectarian violence, opposition parties, Political transition.
Experience
  • Conducted research on the political economy of the political parties, the issues of Tibetan refugees and its diaspora, the Gurkha issues and its employment.
  • Produced several independent reports and consulting works for INGOs and research working groups.
  • Knowledge of UK immigration law and procedure; experience analysing witness statement, home office determination letters, tribunal decisions, country evidence.
  • Regular contact with minority asylum seekers, refugees and minority communities.
Languages
Fluent in Nepali, English. Intermediate in Hindi. Basic Mandarin.
Ethnic groups expertise
Bhutanese, Tibetan, Nepali.
Political groups expertise
All political groups.
Religious groups expertise
Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim.
Other social groups expertise
Gurkhas and the minority ethnic groups.
Fees
[Private to EIN members]
Contact email
Address
[Private to EIN members]