Introduction

Introduction

MR. Sayed Mohammad Hussaini, born in 1978 in Mazar-e-Sharif. He immigrated to Iran as a child because of the civil war. After graduating from high school, he successfully passed the national entrance exam in Iran and entered Ferdowsi University of Mashhad. He continued his education until his master's degree at the same university. He has been cooperating with Ghalib University - Kabul since 2015 as a Lecturer. Research and teaching are a major part of his work. Among his achievements, becoming the best Lecturer of university in 2018.

Publications

  • Special Criminal Law 3 (Security Crimes, Terrorism and Cybercrime) Based on the Criminal Code of Afghanistan, Kabul, Asia Foundation, 2020
  • Legal protections for victims of transitional justice in Afghanistan, unpublished.
  • Critical Reflection on the Penal Code of Afghanistan 2017, Ghalib Scientific Research Journal, 2017, No. 24
  • A Comparative Study of Juvenile Criminal Liability in the Criminal Code of 1976 and the Criminal Code of Afghanistan 2017, Ghalib Scientific Research Journal, 2017, No. 22
  • Research on challenges  faced  by afghan security forces martyrs' families, published by Afghanistan Fundamental Studies Organization (AFSO);
  • Research on Afghan Family law Published by AFSO;
  • Manual on teaching the afghan prosecutors that how to deal with woman, published by cooperation center for Afghanistan (CCA);
  • Essay on Constitutional Law and National Integration published by Hirad Magazine;

Experiences

  • Working as Vice Chancellor of Academic Affair, GHALIB University, Kabul, Afghanistan. 2019-current
  • Worked as head of QA. GHALIB University, Kabul, Afghanistan. 2016-2019
  • Worked as head of law department and Lecturer in faculty of Law and political sciences, GHALIB University, Kabul, Afghanistan. 2015-2016
  • Worked as Legal Research Expert in Afghanistan Fundamental Studies Organization (AFSO), June 2010 – May 2011
  • Worked as teacher in Afghan refugees School "Bisharat” Iran, 2002-2004
  • Worked as a supervisor for International Organization for Migration (IOM), 2004, Mashhad, Iran.