Articles

Savior Comples (The News International, 2022)

Is global health ignoring global human development? (PLOS Global Public Health Blog, 2022)

How we classify countries – and why it matters (BMJGlobal,2022)

Migration governance as white saviorism: A colonial legacy or post-colonial power trip? (Routed Magazine, 2022)

Canada’s support to Ukraine a case of “diaspora politics” (Ottawa Citizen, 2022)

The narrative of decolonisation of aid. Are non-Western alternatives the real issue? (IDEES, 2022)

The Incoherence of Canada’s Refugee Policy (Policy Options 2022)

Aid as reparations is misplaced and harmful (ShiftThePower, 2022)

Racism doesn’t just exist within aid. (Guardian Opinions, 2021)

The world is hardening its stance on refugees – Canada included (Ottawa Citizen, 2021)

Decolonizing humanitarianism or humanitarian aid? (PLOS, 2021)

Poverty. To measure or not to measure (The News International, 2021)

Aurat March: Pakistan’s Rising Women’s Movement for justice (Women for Politics, 2021)

Women and a safe space (The News International, 2021)

The paradox of dual citizenship. Challenging the personal and the political (The Sociological Review, 2021)

Stop branding Canada’s aid to development (Policy Options 2021)

To the end of aid? Jonathan Glennie proposes an alternative to foreign aid (The News International, 2021)

Is Canada’s immigration policy commoditizing migrants? The Migration Initiative Blog (2021)

Decolonization is a comfortable buzzword for the aid sector (Open Democracy, 2021)

Dear global north, please stop calling us poor (Devex, 2020)

Have Liberals Failed Us? – Part 2 (The News International, 2020)

Have Liberals Failed Us? – Part 1 (The News International, 2020)

The Future of Aid (The New Humanitarian, 2020)

The Decolonization Debacle (The News International, 2020)

CHS Global Exchange Keynote (October 7, 2020)

Two People of Colour leading Canadian federal parties is a start (Ottawa Citizen, 2020)

The Fight for Equality (The News International, 2020)

ADESO Webinar: Decolonizing Aid Part 2 (August 25, 2020)

If migrant workers are essential, so why aren’t their rights too? (Open Democracy, 2020)

Who speaks for the Global South recipients of aid? (Global Dashboard, 2020)

Poverty of the Rich (The News International, 2020)

Research by the developed on the developing – View from the “researched” (The Sociological Review, 2020)

Migration and Mobility during COVID-19. A Pakistan Perspective (Routed Magazine, 2020)

Labour Migration Governance: Protecting Pakistan’s Labour Migrants (LSE South Asia Blog, 2020)

Is it possible to define immigrant identity? An immigrants perspective (Routed Magazine 2020)

Viva Cuba (The News International, 2020)

Citizen Apathy (The NEWS International, 2020)

Women in Power (The NEWS International, 2020)

Humanitarian aid is no match for the problems COVID-19 has laid bare (Ottawa Citizen, 2020)

A”Dangerous Precedent”. Invoking Religion in International Development (LSE Religion and Global Society Blog, 2020)

Why the West shouldn’t define the Women’s Right Movement in the Global South (Transforming Society, 2020)

We who have been colonized should support Indigenous protests (Ottawa Citizen, 2020)

The Global South must create a reverse narrative on migration. Soon (LSE Social Policy Blog, 2020)

Development Aid as Foreign Policy is a Flawed Idea (Policy Options 2020)

Dual Benefits (Dawn Newspaper, 2020)

Stateless Millions (Dawn Newspaper, 2019)

Why Canada should pay attention to its Diaspora, Ottawa Citizen, 2019)

Gender Agenda (Dawn Newspaper, 2019)

Leave Immigration out of Bianca Andreescu’s Victory (Ottawa Citizen, 2019)

Rebel or Comply? Fighting the Patriarchy in Pakistan (LSE South Asia Blog, 2019)

Beyond Theory (Dawn Newspaper, 2019)

Accepting Aid (Dawn Newspaper, 2019)

Canada’s trying far too hard to make the world notice us (Ottawa Citizen 2019)

How Trudeau just proved the existence of white privilege (Ottawa Citizen 2019)

Needed. A National Employment Policy for Canada’s immigrant population (Ottawa Citizen 2019)

Its 2019. Trudeaus gender agenda must be more than just talk (Ottawa Citizen 2019)

Canada can deal rationally with refugees (Ottawa Citizen 2018)

Why I don’t want to be called an immigrant (Ottawa Citizen 2018)

Canada’s Response to the Rohingya Crisis Throws Money at the Problem (The Hill Times 2018)

Research on the Developing World. Breaking the western Monopoly (Policy Options 2018)

The G7 Shows Scant progress on Tackling Gender Equality (Ottawa Citizen 2018)

Someone should have told Trudeau courting India means more than blending in with the locals (The Hill Times 2018)

North-America’s #metoo trend ignores women’s struggles globally (Ottawa Citizen 2018)

Development Assistance and Violence Against Women (Policy Options 2018)

In an age of self-identitifying where does “I am Canadian” fit in? (Ottawa Citizen 2017)

Has Canada Lost its Voice on Peacekeeping? (Ottawa Citizen 2017)

Tough questions we should be asking about Canada’s immigration targets (Ottawa Citizen 2017)

When the Government bans the niqab (CBC Radio One interview 2017)

The Niqab takes us back to where Muslim women should not be going (Ottawa Citizen 2017)

What Jagmeet Singh’s Victory Should Mean for Minorities and What it Shouldn’t (Ottawa Citizen 2017)

Canada Must Help Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims (Ottawa Citizen 2017)

Marketing Migration (Policy Options 2017)

Restless in Peace. Searching for Graveyards in Karachi (Commonwealth Writers Blog 2016)

Immigrants Vital to Ottawa; Mayor Jim Watson (New Canadian Media 2015)

Canada Faces Stiff Competition in Attracting Immigrants (New Canadian Media 2015)

Ottawa Conference Addresses Key Citizenship Questions Immigration (New Canadian Media 2014)

“Global Migration Policy Not Evidence Based” – An Interview with Dr. Graham Hugo (New Canadian Media (2014)

Canadian Politics. A Reminder of “Back Home” (New Canadian Media; 2014)

Reversing the Flow by Returning Home (New Canadian Media; 2014)

Is Your Crucifix Too Big? (OpenDemocracy; 2013)

The Annual Clinton Lovefest (HUM NEWS; 2011)

Three Cups of Tea Challenges Pakistani State of Mind (HUM NEWS; 2011)

Mukhtaran Mai. More Questions than Answers (DAWN Blog; 2011)

The Pakistan Conundrum (LSE Connect; Winter 2010)

Floods Plunge Pakistan Deeper into Oblivion (HUM NEWS; 2010)

The Pitfalls of Being a Strategic Ally (HUM NEWS; 2010)

Foreign Media-ocrity (DAWN Blog; 2010)

The Story Makers (Herald/The Hoot; 2008)

Pakistan Media 2008. Year in Review (The Friday Times/The Hoot; 2008)

 

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