Nooruddin Ahmed, BA, CMRS
Noor is a researcher by profession. He has been the Managing Director of Agroni Research since July 2000. It is indeed the Agroni Research under Noor’s leadership has been the main driving force from the conceptualisation to materialisation of the 7th March Foundation.
Noor is known for energy, motivation and fertility of ideas. He has previously setup many innovative projects such Grameen Trust (Bank) in the UK for homeless people, Restora Mangazine to raise the awareness of Bengali restaurant workers about their employment rights, Surjamukhi children’s magazine, Boighor- children’s library and the first ever Bengali cricket team in the United Kingdom.
Noor also held many public offices including the non-executive director of Bart and Royal London NHS Trust, elected councillor of London borough of Tower Hamlets, member of the Inner London Education Authority and the Chair of Tower Hamlets Race Equality Council.
Dr Syed Manzurul Islam
Manzu was a Reader in English Literature at the School of Humanity at the University of Gloucestershire between 1989 and 2010. Manzu has extensively written on the educational under achievement amongst the Bengali children particularly in the London borough of Tower Hamlets. In addition to contributing to a number of academic journals he has published an academic monograph: Ethics of Travel: from Marco Polo to Kafka was published by Manchester University in 1996.
Manzu’s collection of short stories: the Mapmakers of Spitalfields was published by Peepal Tree Press in 1997. Two of Manuz’s novels: Burrow and Song of Our Swampland were also published by the in 2004 and 2010 respectively by the same publisher.
Manzu has travelled extensively in Asia, Europe and Latin America. And he is currently working on his latest novel.
Captain Shiv Banerjee, Justic of the Peace
Ansar Ahmed Ullah
Jamal Ahmed Khan
Azad Bokth Choudhury
CVs to be included