Dr. Faisal Parvez, born in 1987 in Bangladesh, has an impressive academic and professional background. He completed his Honors and Masters degrees in Political Science from the Dhaka University in Bangladesh. In 2014, he was awarded a government scholarship to pursue his PhD in the Department of Public Administration and Political Science at Ankara Gazi University in Turkey. His doctoral research focused on the "International Migration Crisis and Rohingya Problem."
Apart from his academic pursuits, Dr. Faisal Parvez is a prolific writer, contributing to various fields in multiple languages. He has written books in Bengali, English, and Turkish, covering topics such as the history and transformation of Turkey from Ataturk to Erdoğan, the concept of caretaker governments, international migration and the Rohingya crisis, migration governance, and the Rohingya problem in relation to Bangladesh.
Dr. Faisal Parvez has also been actively involved in various organizations and has held leadership positions. In 2016, he was elected as the Vice-President of the international branch of the government-backed vakif called "Yeni Dunya Vakfi" or the New Dunya Foundation in Turkey. He later became the President of the organization in 2022. In 2018, he was nominated as an executive member of Birlik Vakfi Youth in Ankara.
His engagement with the International Institute for Strategic Studies Organization (IIFSO) dates back to 2014. In 2019, he was elected as the Coordinator of the Asian Chapter of IIFSO, representing the organization in the region. Furthermore, in 2022, he assumed the role of President of the "Asia Youth Association," which is based in Turkey.
The latest development in Dr. Faisal Parvez's career is his election as the Secretary-General of IIFSO during its 14th General Assembly on April 30, 2023. This prominent position reflects his expertise and recognition within the organization.
Dr. Faisal Parvez's diverse experiences in academia, writing, and leadership roles demonstrate his commitment to understanding and addressing significant issues such as international migration, the Rohingya crisis, and governance.