Meet The Team


[su_spoiler title=”Mr Amin Ullah” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Amin is the founder and chief executive of BRCUK. BRCUK was formed on the 8th September 2009 and he was elected as a Chief Executive. BRCUK is a non-profit and non-political community organisation.

He worked with international NGOs which were implemented by the UN-UNHCR in Bangladesh. He also worked for the following organisations. Community Health Worker with Medicine Sans Frontiers (MSF) and Social Worker with Technical Assistant Inc (TAI) from 2004 to 2008, he worked closely with UNHCR for the Rohingya Refugees Rights of Education, Women Empowerment, Community Development and civil human rights and freedom of speech for Rohingya. He achieved the honourable award for his hard work from the UNHCR.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Hadayet Ali” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Hadayet prior to join BRCUK, he was a community leader in Block E and a senior executive member of Youth Group in the camp from 2004 to 2008, he worked as a community service assistant for Technical Assistant Inc (TAI) who dealt with sexual & gender-based violence. He also was a private teacher in the Camp, providing tuition in Bangla, English, Maths and Burmese.

He is currently working with BRCUK as Vice-Chairperson to promote Rohingya crisis to the world closely working with other national and international communities.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Mohammed Amin” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Mohammed is one of the co-founder of BRCUK and he is working as General Secretary now.

As an executive, he has supported the BRCUK in setting its vision and shaping the organisation through collaboration with like-minded organisations. His main role at BRCUK is communication between the board management, and members (if any), by giving proper notice of any meetings and timely distribution of materials such as agendas and meeting minutes. He also ensures processes are in place to ensure the smooth and efficient running of all BRCUK’s activities.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Abdul Haque” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Abdul prior to join BRCUK,he worked with several NGOs as a Community Health Worker with MSF (Medicine Sans Frontiers) and as a Refugee Social Worker with TAI from 2002 to 2008, he also worked with the UNHCR as a Community Development Worker for the Refugees rights. He was also a leader and senior executive member of the Rohingya Refugee Youth Group in Nayapara Refugee Camp.

He is currently working with BRCUK as Vice-Chairperson to promote Rohingya crisis to the world closely working with other national and international communities.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Abul Bashar” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Abul is one of the advisory board members of BRCUK.

As adviser, he has supported the BRCUK working with the Rohingya community and gives pieces of advice regarding issues and events hosted by the BRCUK. They advise or give any new suggestions and improvements of our work.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Mohammed Salam” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Salam is one of the advisory board members of BRCUK.

As adviser, he has supported the BRCUK working with the Rohingya community and gives pieces of advice regarding issues and events hosted by the BRCUK. They advise or give any new suggestions and improvements of our work.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Gofur Ullah” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Gofur is one of the dedicated members of BRCUK and he is working as membership officer now.

As a membership officer, he has supported the BRCUK by handling the accounts of existing and new members of the group and sorts them out.

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[su_spoiler title=”Miss Sanjida Begum” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Miss Sanjida is one of the supportive members of BRCUK and she is working as women officer now.

As a women officer, she has supported the BRCUK working with the feminine side of the Rohingya community and helps them with various things like education.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Kabir Ahmed” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Kabir has been working with BRCUK since 2017 with the first Emergency Aid Project in Kutupalong and Nayapara Camp, Bangladesh.

As an executive, he enjoys working with BRCUK as it gives him the opportunity to offer his skills, knowledge and time to help those less-fortunate. He works as Media and Marketing department for BRCUK.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Mohammed Zubair” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Zubair joined BRCUK in 2017.

He is currently working as a Sports & Cultural Secretary for BRCUK, leading a fantastic development of Rohingya young generation in sports. He is creating leisure activities for new generation to encourage the Rohingya children to take part in sports. He is currently coaching the younger generation of Rohingya here in Bradford and also leading as sports coordinator for Bangladesh Rohingya Refugees children’s.

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[su_spoiler title=”Mr Patan Ali” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Mr Patan has been working with BRCUK since 2017.,/p>

He is currently working as a youth team leader for BRCUK and helping towards the development of the community. As a youth team leader he is encouraging and helping the young generation to participate in sports, community activities and stay active.

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[su_spoiler title=”Rozina Begum” open=”no” style=”default” icon=”arrow” anchor=””]

Miss Rozina is one of the motivated members of BRCUK. As an executive, she has been working with BRCUK since 2018.

She has played a key role in helping BRCUK become a pro-active organisation as well as a registered entity. Along with her team members she has given hard work and dedication to help others in need and to make BRCUK thrive. As a teaching University student, She works in as Fundraising Officer for BRCUK

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