Senior Research Assistant
Zoha Attique is a Research Assistant working on the Gender, Class and Social Norms project in the Human Development cluster. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Prior to joining IDEAS, Zoha has worked with The Citizens Foundation on the design and implementation of a pilot program introducing technological solutions in the form of gamified-learning strategies for secondary level students.
Her areas of interest include gender equality and quality education, with a strong focus on class differences and their role in generating unfavorable outcomes in both policy spheres. She is an aspiring Policy Analyst who is interested in contributing to evidence-based research relevant to the socio-political and economic contexts of the Global South in general, and Pakistan in particular. She plans to pursue a Master’s degree in Comparative Social Policy.