Peacebuilder (Mindanao and Korean Peninsula) – Tengku Shahpur is from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and works for the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies as a Peace Builder. He is currently working on the Bangsamoro Project, which is focusing on accompanying the Moro Islamic Liberation Front transition from revolutionary group to social movement that will govern BARMM. He is also working on the Korean Peninsula with the aim of transforming the relationship between the Republic of Korea, United States and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea into working diplomatic relations by ending economic sanctions and sharing their narrative with international community. Besides this, he was in the research and analysis department that used the listening methodology to train people in conflict settings to collect community opinions on peace processes such as the six ceasefire states in Myanmar, Patani, and the accounts of the survivors of the Marawi Siege. He holds an MA in Conflict Transformation from Pannassatra University (ACTs), Cambodia; and a BA in Business Law from Kolej Damansara Utama, Malaysia.