Our bodies, our minds, our men: working South Asian women

Citation: Pio, E., and Syed, J. (2013). Guest Editorial: our bodies, our minds, our men: working South Asian women. Gender in Management, 28(3/4): 140-150. Abstract: This paper is a guest editorial piece in the Special Issue of the “Gender in Management” Journal on “Gender equality at work in South Asia”. In this paper, we notContinue reading “Our bodies, our minds, our men: working South Asian women”

2011: Dr. Jawad Syed Awarded Civil Decoration by President of Pakistan

Cross-posted from University of Kent Every year, the president of Pakistan honours citizens and foreign nationals for excellence in various fields of activities on the country’s Independence Day. On Pakistan’s 65th Independence Day (14 August 2011), President Asif Zardari conferred the honour of Sitara-i-Imtiaz (Star of Excellence) on Dr. Jawad Sarwar Naqvi Syed, senior lecturerContinue reading “2011: Dr. Jawad Syed Awarded Civil Decoration by President of Pakistan”

Sharifs vs Sharif

Cross-posted from Daily Times, 17 Oct 2011 Post-May 2, Nawaz Sharif was the only national leader who talked of the military’s accountability while Prime Minister Gilani’s capitulation in parliament has shamed the PPP’s anti-establishment insiders. Not unlike many other Pakistanis, I too was shocked to learn that former Lahore High Court (LHC) Chief Justice KhawajaContinue reading “Sharifs vs Sharif”

World Report 2015: Human rights aren’t wrong in tough times

(Beirut) – Governments make a big mistake when they ignore human rights to counter serious security challenges, Human Rights Watch said today in releasing its annual world report. In the 644-page World Report 2015, its 25th edition, Human Rights Watch reviews human rights practices in more than 90 countries. In his introductory essay, Executive DirectorContinue reading “World Report 2015: Human rights aren’t wrong in tough times”