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We have to be everywhere': Women and protest politics in Pakistan', paper written by Ayesha Khan, Asiya Jawed and Komal Qidwai, was presented at 'New Leadership for Global Challenges', Development Studies Association Conference 2020, University of Birmingham 16-19 June 2020. Co-convened panel (with Sohela Nazneen, IDS) titled 'Gatekeepers and Gamechangers: How Women Matter for Promoting Equitable Change

Ayesha Khan presented a paper "We have to be everywhere": "Women and protest politics in Pakistan", co-authored with Asiya Jawed and Komal Qidwai, at Development Studies Association Conference 2020, University of Birmingham. The theme of the conference was: New Leadership for Global Challenges

Ayesha Khan participated in an online consultation to share findings of research on the impact of COVID-19 on sexual and reproductive rights in Sindh to invite feedback and input from key informants and stakeholders working in Karachi. The consultation was organized by Centre for Reproductive Rights.

Ayesha Khan presented findings of research on the impact of COVID-19 on sexual and reproductive rights in Sindh to provincial stakeholders at Sindh Development Partners Meeting on Family Planning and Reproductive Health conducted with support from the Centre for Reproductive Rights at UNFPA (Sindh).

Ayesha Khan presented findings on impact of COVID-19 on sexual and reproductive health of women and girls in Asia at a COVID-19 GLP-wide webinar hosted by Centre for Reproductive Rights

Ayesha Khan spoke at the Launch of Feminist Dissent special issue, Challenging Binaries to Promote Women's Equality (co-edited by M. Tadros, A. Khan and J. Edwards). School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Ayesha Khan spoke at the launch of Feminist Dissent special issue, "Challenging Binaries to Promote Women's Equality" (co-edited by M. Tadros, A. Khan and J. Edwards). School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Ayesha Khan presented research from the Action for Empowerment and Accountability research programme : 'Women in politics: gaining ground for progressive outcomes in Pakistan', at 'From Politics to Power? Rethinking the Politics of Development', ESID Conference, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester.

Ayesha Khan presented a paper "Women in politics: gaining ground for progressive outcomes in Pakistan" on research for the Action for Empowerment and Accountability programme at ESID Conference, Global Development Institute, University of Manchester. The theme of the conference was: From Politics to Power? Rethinking the Politics of Development.

Ayesha Khan attended the 7th Annual Convening of the South Asia Reproductive Justice and Accountability Initiative (SARJAI), Kathmandu, Nepal.

Kabeer Dawani presented his paper, "Why do Pockets of Effectiveness Develop in Weak States? The Case of the Sindh Revenue Board" at the 13th Annual Conference organized by the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). The theme of the conference was Critical Interventions: Mapping Emerging Scholarship on South Asia.

Rehan Rafay Jamil presented on "Social Policy and Changing Citizenship Boundaries in Pakistan" at the at the 13th Annual Conference organized by the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). The theme of the conference was Critical Interventions: Mapping Emerging Scholarship on South Asia.

Ayesha Khan spoke at the panel to launch her book The Women's Movement in Pakistan. Literary Festival, Lahore.

Ayesha Khan spoke at the panel to launch her book The Women's Movement in Pakistan. Adab Literary Festival, Governor House, Karachi.

Ayesha Khan presented the UNGEI Report on TCF "Best Practices in Girls' Enrolment in Pakistan" at TCF's Global Chapters Conference, Karachi

Ayesha Khan presented on "Politics and Sexual Harassment in Pakistan" at the Gender Identities at Work in Pakistan Workshop at Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore.

Ayesha Khan spoke at the panel to launch her book The Women's Movement in Pakistan at Saeeda Waheed Gender Initiative, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore

Ayesha Khan spoke at the panel to launch her book The Women's Movement in Pakistan organized by the Political Science Society, Government College University, Lahore