Kabeer Dawani, The Plight of Domestic Workers in Pakistan. Collective Blog. March 2019.
Zonia Yousuf Baltistani, Challenges of Empowerment for Women in Politics: Resources, Voice and Agency. Collective Blog. February 2019.
Sana Naqvi, Deconstruction of #MeToo and the new-age feminist movement. Collective Blog. December 2018.
Ayesha Khan, How Aid has helped Pakistan’s Women’s Movement achieve Political Breakthroughs. Blog. October 2018.
Sana Naqvi, Identity Search: Women and Social Media Politics. Collective Blog. June 2018.
Hussain Bux Mallah, Extending Agricultural Policies to Women. Collective Blog. February 2018.
Sidra Mazhar, Who Works and Why: Detangling Women's Agricultural Work. Collective Blog. May 2017.
Amna Akhtar, Can Social Protection Programmes Lead to Greater Economic Agency for Women in Agriculture? Collective Blog. October 2015.
Haris Gazdar, Women's Work and Wages. Collective Blog. August 2015.
Ayesha Mysorewala, Faced with Hunger: Durable Households or Resilient Networks of Women? Collective Blog. July 2015.
Sara Malkani, The Government's Obligation to Uphold the Right to Maternal Health. Collective Blog. June 2015.
Ayesha Khan, Bringing Real Change for Women. Collective Blog. April 2015.
Ayesha Khan, DNA and the Pursuit of Justice. Collective Blog. January 2015.
Mysbah Balagamwala, Haris Gazdar and Hussain Bux Mallah, Women's Agricultural Work and Nutrition in Pakistan: Findings from Qualitative Research. LANSA Working Paper, Volume 2015, No.02. LANSA. January 2015.
Mysbah Balagamwala, Haris Gazdar and Hussain Bux Mallah, Synergies or Trade-Off Between Agricultural Growth and Nutrition: Women's Work and Care. Paper presented at the 30th Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Pakistan Society of Development Economists, Islamabad. December 2014.
Mysbah Balagamwala, Shifting Norms. Collective Blog. October 2014.
Ayesha Khan, "The black spot on the radiant face of Islam" : Muslim Family Laws Ordinances 1961. Collective Blog. October 2014.
Ayesha Khan, Paid Work as a Pathway of Empowerment: Pakistan's Lady Health Worker Programme. in A. Cornwall and J. Edwards, eds. Feminisms, Empowerment and Development: Changing Women's Lives. London. Zed Books. March 2014.
Ayesha Khan and Sarah Zaman, The Criminal Justice System and Rape: An Attitudinal Study of the Public Sector's Response to Rape in Karachi. War Against Rape (WAR) and Collective for Social Science Research. 2012.
Naila Kabeer, Ayesha Khan and Naysan Adlparvar, Afghan Values or Women's Rights? Gendered Narratives about Continuity and Change in Urban Afghanistan. IDS Working Paper 387, Brighton. Institute for Development Studies, University of Sussex. December 2011.
Ayesha Khan, Lady Health Worker and Social Changes in Pakistan. Volume 46 No.30. Economic and Political Weekly. July 23, 2011.
Ayesha Khan, Rape in Pakistan: The Real Verdict. OpenDemocracy.org. 17th May 2011.
Ayesha Khan, Women and Paid Work in Pakistan in F. Azim and M. Sultan, eds. Mapping Women's Empowerment. Experiences from Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Dhaka: University Press Limited (UPL) and BRAC Development Institute (BDI) 2010
Saeeda Gopang, Present Issues of Women's Health in Pakistan. Awami Aawaz. June 2010.
Ayesha Khan, Unexpected Finding. Dawn. May 2010.
Saman Qureshi, Exploring the Links between Contraception, Abortion and Maternal Health in Pakistan,Resource Brief No.3. Collective for Social Science Research. January 2010.
Haris Gazdar, Ayesha Khan and Saman Qureshi, Measuring the Economic Costs of Unsafe Abortion Mortality and Morbidity in Pakistan: Preliminary Findings and Survey Design. Collective For Social Science Research, Karachi. January 2010.
Saman Qureshi, Mothers not Martyrs. The News. October 2009.
Saeeda Gopang, United Nation and Women's Health in Pakistan. Urdu Anjaam. July 2009.
Ayesha Khan, Using the Event Cycle Approach for Research and Programmes, Resource Brief No.2. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. June 2009.
Haris Gazdar, Unsafe Abortion-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Pakistan: Communicating "Unmet Need" Across Disciplines, Resource Brief No.1. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. June 2009.
Sarah Malik, Sad But True Why Women Choose to Procure the Services of Unsafe Providers. The News. April 2009.
Saeeda Gopang, The Need to Improve Health System. Awami Awaz. April 2009.
Saeeda Gopang, United Nations and Women's Health. Awami Awaz. April 2009.
Saeeda Gopang, Women have no Basic Access to Health Care. Anjaam. April 2009.
Saeeda Gopang, Issues of Women's Health and Unsafe Health Providers. Awami Awaz. March 2009.
Ayesha Khan, Unsafe Abortion-Related Morbidity and Mortality in Pakistan: Findings from a Literature Review. Research Output No. 2. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. March 2009.
Sarah Malik, A Growing Menace. The News. March 2009.
Ayesha Khan, Women's Empowerment and the Lady Health Worker Programme in Pakistan. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2008.
Ayesha Khan, Haris Gazdar and Shama Mohammed, Measuring the Economic Costs of Unsafe Abortion Related Morbidity and Mortality in Pakistan: A Review of Methodology and Approach. Research Output No.1. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. November 2008.
Haris Gazdar, The Transition to Mass Literacy: Comparative Insights from Sweden and Pakistan. in eds. N. Kabeer and A. Stark with E. Magnus, Global Perspectives on Gender Equality: Reversing the Gaze, Routledge, New York and London. 2008.
Ayesha Khan, Women and Paid Work in Pakistan. Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. March 2007.
Haris Gazdar, Gender Space: Patriarchy and Socio-Economic Stagnation in Pakistan. Paper prepared for SPO Discussion Paper Series. June 2003.