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Canvassing the Gatekeepers: A Field Experiment to Increase Women Voters’ Turnout in Pakistan How can we close persistent gender gaps in political participation? Households where both men and women are canvassed see the largest increases in women’s turnout and additional increases in political discussion and men’s practical support... Dr. Ali Cheema, Dr. Sarah Khan, Asad Liaqat, Dr. Shandana Khan Mohmand Published - May 18, 2022
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The ‘Defamation Backlash’: Law and the Feminist Movement in Pakistan The utility of legal mobilization for social movements is both a matter of assessing the law’s potential for positive outcomes for social change, and anticipating law as backlash. Maryam S. Khan, Farieha Aziz Published - Jul 14, 2023
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Field Experiments on Gender: Where the Personal and Political Collide This article argues that researchers conducting field experimental work on gender topics should confront their own normative commitments to produce empirically rigorous research of the highest standard with empathy and integrity. Dr. Ali Cheema, Dr. Shandana Khan Mohmand, Dr. Sarah Khan, Asad Liaqat Published - May 27, 2022
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Are Children With Disabilities in School and Learning? Evidence from a Household Survey in Rural Punjab, Pakistan In this article, we report findings from a household survey undertaken in rural Punjab, Pakistan. These data enable us to identify the extent to which children with disabilities are in school and learning the basics... Dr. Rabea Malik, Fizza Raza, Dr. Nidhi Singal, Dr. Pauline Rose Published - Feb 1, 2022