Malik Hammad Ahmad is a PhD candidate of Leverhulme Trust in the department of History at the University of Warwick, England, writing on “Civil Resistance Movements of Pakistan 1977-88”. He holds the degrees of MSc History from Quaid-i-Azam University and an International MA Peace, Conflict and Development from University of Jaume-I, Spain and European Peace University, Austria. His MA dissertation was on Nonviolent Movement of Pakistan: A Case Study of Lawyer’s Movement 2007-9. In addition to that, he is a founding and an associate member of an NGO, called ILÊWASI, based in Castellón, Spain as well as Special Assignment Editor of Pakistani’s first bilingual magazine, called, The Diplomatic Insight for last couple of years.He has ten years of job and volunteer experience at national and international level. He has worked at Establishment Division, Govt. Of Pakistan in Gender Reform Action Plan, project and, at ActionAid-Pakistan for women and education’s rights besides some other public organisations. At International level, he has worked at Terre des Hommes, Spain. During his professional career, he has represented his organisations at national and international – from South East Asia to Europe and Africa – courses, seminars and lectures related to project implementation of Human Rights, Gender and Peace.He has also written couple of articles and has assisted authors in their writing books and international research studies. Furthermore, he is active with a number of civil society groups working for peace and justice, women’s rights and nonviolence, including Pakistan India People’s Forum for Peace and Democracy (General Secretary – Islamabad Chapter in 2007-8), Council of Social Sciences, European Volunteer Group, International Centre on Nonviolent Conflict, Fundació per la Pau and a network of various rights based and peace organisation all over the world.Seraiki speaking Malik knows Urdu, English, Spanish, Punjabi and Hindi while learning Català.Malik Hammad Ahmad represents The Diplomatic Insight in Spain.