Mr. Ishfaq Ahmed has been with the Pakistani police service since 1999.He currently serves as commandant of the Punjab Police Department’s Rawalpindi Police Training School in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. There, he supervises training, administration, and the training curriculum development. He also lectures on topics ranging from legal to gender aspects of human rights. He received a Master of Science in human rights from the London School of Economics and Political Science. One of Mr. Ahmed’s concerns is how to restructure terrorist strategies adopted in the war on terror, which have led to the failure of the basic structure of human rights in Pakistan. During his fellowship year, Mr. Ahmed will focus on human rights mechanisms, due process and the rule of law, and judicial and criminal justice systems.