Qamar Jafri is a Fellow at the Center for Muslim Politics and World Society of UII Indonesia. His research interests include social identity (ethnic, racial, religious), nonviolence, peace and justice focusing Asia-Pacific. His recent authorships have focused on racism, nonviolent resistance, violent extremism, peace activism, inclusive peace, digital peacebuilding and sexual violence. Recently Qamar was interviewed by Radio Nonviolence of Metta Center for Nonviolence where he spoke on topic of nonviolent resistance. Qamar's insights have been featured in global peace reports of Peace Insight and Dialogue4peace UK. He has spoken on identity and peace in conferences and talks in University of Melbourne, Deakin University, University of Sydney, RMIT University, University of Vienna, Build Peace, Cohen Peace Conference 2021 and Global digital humanities workshop supported by University of Rochester. Qamar received a PhD in Sociology from the School of Global Urban and Social Studies of RMIT University, Australia.