Syeda Haleema Hasan

Academic Background

BSc Economics, Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Research Experience

Haleema’s undergraduate thesis explored the differences in attitudes of male students towards their female fellows in single-sex versus co-educational schools. She also conducted an ethnographic research project on the oppression(s) faced by mentally ill and juvenile prisoners in Lahore’s Central Jail. Her other projects include exploring the various definitions of corruption in Lahore’s constituencies and child rights in the family.

She also gained further experience through her work at the hunger alleviation organization Rizq and as a Research Assistant for the Lahore University of Management Sciences.

Research Interests

Gender, Class, Public Policy, Global Affairs, Child Rights

Reports and Publications at the Collective

  1. Asiya Jawed and Haleema Hasan, 2020 in Review: Pakistani Students and the Pandemic. Collective Blog. March 2021.

    Keywords: Covid-19

  2. Haleema Hasan and Asiya Jawed, Why COVID-19 is Fatal for Children. Collective Blog. December 2020.

    Keywords: Covid-19

  3. Haleema Hasan, Absent again: Women and the Covid-19 response in Pakistan. Collective Blog. September 2020.

    Keywords: Covid-19

  4. Haleema Hasan, Lives and Livelihoods: The Inevitable Defeats of Pakistan’s Poor. Collective Blog. July 2020.

    Keywords: Covid-19