An international NGO in consultative status with the United Nations
A. Majid Tramboo, Executive Director of International Council for
Human Rights Kashmir Centre, was confirmed by the ICHR's Board
of Directors in April 2003 , following their unanimous decision to
open the Kashmir Centre in Brussels. Keenly aware of the long and
bitter suffering of the people of Kashmir, Barrister Tramboo ensured
that this project moved from conception to realization with remarkable
speed. Within six months, Barrister Tramboo hosted the official
ceremonies to open the ICHR Kashmir Centre before an audience of
MEPs, MPs and Embassy representatives from various countries,
European Commission and Council personnel, international
scholars, NGOs, and media as well as other distinguished guests.

Barrister, Majid Tramboo divides his time between Brussels and
London, where in 1999, he founded and continues to head the law
firm of Tramboo & Company , practising exclusively in immigration,
asylum, nationality and human rights matters. His distinguished
legal career began in 1983 at the Jammu and Kashmir High Court
where he practised in conducting civil and criminal litigation. In 1988,
he served as in-house Counsel for conducting civil litigation and
immigration, asylum and nationality matters, which included
appearing before adjudicators and the Immigration Appeal Tribunal
for Khambati & Sohal , Solicitors in London.

In 1990 he accepted a position with the United Kingdom Immigration
Advisory Service (UKIAS), London, as a Tribunal Counsellor, where
he reviewed cases dismissed by adjudicators, settled grounds for
leave to appeal and represented appeals before the Immigration
Appeal Tribunal. As the Head of Legal Services for Immigration
Advisory Service (IAS), London, in 1994. he provided training to the
legal staff, this included preparing training manuals and up-to-date,
in-house law reports (including commentaries on new rules,
regulations and case law). Additionally, he assessed the
competence of the legal staff, in terms of the preparation and
presentation of cases, which involved intricate points of law before
the Immigration Appeal Tribunal, adjudicators and special

A multilingual person, Majid Tramboo, graduated from the University
of Kashmir, received his LLB from the University of Bombay and was
called to the Honourable Society of Bar at Lincoln's Inn, London,
having successfully completed the examinations conducted through
the Council of Legal Education in London.

Majid Tramboo's profession skills at practising and consulting
concentrate on the British Nationality. Immigration and Asylum Law,
The Geneva Convention 1952, The Human Rights Act 1998 and the
European Convention on Human Rights. International Human Rights
Law. International Minorities Rights Law and the Law of Trusts and

The focus of Barrister Tramboo's legal research is on the British
Nationality. Immigration and Asylum Law and The Human Rights Act
1998. the International Law and the International Human Rights Law.
He developed his administrative, supervisor, and management
expertise through his experience at several different law firms and
while at the Immigration Advisory Service.

In addition to his legal practice and as a Director of IHRAAM. Majid
Trambo organized International Conferences and Seminars:

"Rape -A War Crime" at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, August
1997 "Children in Conflict Areas" at the Palais des Nations in
Geneva, April 1998 "Involuntary Disappearance -A Growing Human
Rights Problem" in Geneva, April 1999 "First International
Conference on the Right to Self-Determination and the United
Nations" in Geneva, August 2000
"Terrorism and The Human Rights Development Framework" in
Geneva, April 2002 "Kashmir: A Nuclear Flashpoint" in Brussels,
October 2003

He is a Member of the;

The General Bar Council of England & Wales
The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn
The Kashmir Bar Association
Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner

Chairman of the

International Council for Human Rights (ICHR)
ICHR Kashmir-Centre.EU
Kashmir Foundation International
Left to Right: Barrister Majid Tramboo, Sardar
Jammu and Kashmir. Dr. Y. N. Kly,  at the
Second International Conference on the
Right to Self-determination, the United
Nations and International Civil Society.
Majid Tramboo
OIC Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs
Abdullah A. Alim with Mirwaiz Umar Farooq , James
Elles and Barrister Majid Tramboo at European
parliament in Brussels on Wednesday.