A relational perspective on gender equality and mainstreaming: The case of Pakistan 

This paper argues that single-level conceptualisations of gender mainstreaming and equality within organisational or legal policy domain are inadequate to capture its contextual and multilevel nature. It develops and offers a multilevel perspective on this issue and situates it in the context of Pakistan, a developing Muslim majority country in South Asia. Based on aContinue reading “A relational perspective on gender equality and mainstreaming: The case of Pakistan “

Westminster Briefing event in London on ‘Supporting BME People in the Workplace’

  Thursday, 5th May 2016 Jawad Syed’s lecture on a relational and intersectional perspective on diversity management: The case of Muslim women at work in the UK The event was facilitated by Jagtar Singh (NHS Trust Chairman) while other speakers included Omar Khan (Director, Runnymede Trust) and Anne Sylvester (Diversity Consultant)

Sexual Orientation Diversity and Islam

Lecture by Professor Jawad Syed at the SexGen Seminar Date: 30 October 2015 Venue: Quayside, University of Huddersfield British South Asian Issues of Gender and Sexuality foreground some of the challenges and opportunities facing British South Asians living in the UK today. These experiences are forged via the intersections of age and generation, ethnicity, faith,Continue reading “Sexual Orientation Diversity and Islam”

An exploratory study of sexual harassment in Pakistani organisations

Citation: Ali, F. and Kramar, R. (2015). An exploratory study of sexual harassment in Pakistani organisations. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 32(1), 229-249. Abstract: Despite prior research on the influence of national regulatory and cultural factors on sexual harassment (SH) in the workplace, few studies have examined SH, its impact on victims and redress processesContinue reading “An exploratory study of sexual harassment in Pakistani organisations”

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”