Tufyal Choudhury is a Senior Research Fellow on National Security and the Rule of Law at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, British Institute of International and Comparative Law. He is supporting the Independent Commission on UK Counter-Terrorism Law and Policy. He is also an Associate Professor at Durham Law School and a Senior Research Affiliate of the Canadian Terrorism, Security and Society Research Network.
His work focuses on issues of human rights and counterterrorism, as well as discrimination and integration. Recent publications include: The enactment of the counter-terrorism "Prevent duty" in British schools and colleges: beyond reluctant accommodation or straightforward policy acceptance; Campaigning on Campus: Student Islamic Societies and Counterterrorism; and The Radicalization of Citizenship Deprivation.
He is a graduate of the Universities of London and Cambridge and was called to the Bar as a member of Inner Temple. He is a trustee of the John Ellerman Foundation and the Democratic Audit, and the founding director of M-Fest, the Festival of Muslim Cultures and Ideas.
Dr Tufyal Choudhury
Senior Research Fellow on National Security and the Rule of Law