Achieves Global Recognition in Refugee Studies

I recently achieved a significant milestone in my professional journey. Drawing from my experience as a research assistant at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, I recently completed a 4-month online course on Refugee and Forced Migration Studies in collaboration with the Refugee Studies Center (RSC), Refugee Led Research Hub (RLRH), University of Oxford, and Southern Hampshire University Global Education Movement (GEM). Graduating with distinction, I am proud to be one of only two Pakistanis selected from a global pool of 100 students.

Building on this achievement, I seized the opportunity to further enhance my expertise by applying for and completing the 6-month Displaced Scholars Peer Mentorship program offered by the Kaldor Center for International Refugee Law at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. This program has significantly enriched my research capabilities in the field of forced migration and displacement studies.

One of the highlights of my journey was the chance to present my research project, supported by ICRMS, at the annual conference of the Kaldor Center. This experience has not only strengthened my commitment to advancing knowledge in the field of refugee issues but has also allowed me to contribute meaningfully to the discourse, particularly focusing on Balochistan and beyond. I am excited about the possibilities that lie ahead and am grateful for the support of ICRMS and the opportunities that have shaped my journey so far.


Program and Research Assistant


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