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2003        DRIVERS OF PRO-POOR CHANGE IN PAKISTAN
            A study of the structural and political-economy drivers and
            constraints to pro-poor change in Pakistan. The scoping paper
            for the study is based on an extensive review of economic, social
            and political trends in Pakistan and their impacts on poverty. A
            number of (seven?) thematic papers were commissioned to study
            the actors and processes.
            Papers/publications
            Haris Gazdar and Asad Sayeed, Drivers of Pro-Poor Change
            in Pakistan: Scoping Paper, mimeo, Collective for Social
            Science Research, Karachi. December 2003. Ali Cheema and
            Asad Sayeed, Bureaucracy and Pro-Poor Change, mimeo,
            Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December
            2003. Ayesha Khan and Rabia Khan, Civil Society and Social
            Change in Pakistan, mimeo, Collective for Social Science
            Research, Karachi. December 2003. Khalid Nadvi and Asad
            Sayeed, Industrial Capital and Pro-Poor Change, mimeo,
            Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December
            2003. Kamran Asdar Ali, Islam, Politics and Change, mimeo,
            Collective for Social Science Research, Karachi. December
            2003. Haris Gazdar, The Land Question, mimeo, Collective
            for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003. Ali
            Cheema and Shandana Khan Mohmand, Local Government
            Reforms in Pakistan: Legitimising Centralisation or a Driver
            for Pro-Poor Change?, mimeo, Collective for Social Science
            Research, Karachi. December 2003. Ayesha Siddiqa, The
            Politics of Military’s Economic Interests, mimeo, Collective
            for Social Science Research, Karachi. December 2003.
2002-2003   RAPID ASSESSMENT OF BONDED LABOUR
            A rapid assessment of bonded labour and related issues in
            Pakistan with reference to five sectors: construction, tanneries,
            glass-bangle making, domestic service and begging.
            Papers/publications
            The Collective Team, A Rapid Assessment of Bonded
            Labour in Hazardous Industries in Pakistan: Glass Bangles,
            Tanneries and Construction, Working Paper Number 21,
            Infocus Programme on Promoting the Declaration, Interational
            Labour Organization, Geneva. January 2004.  The Collective
            Team, A Rapid Assessment of Bonded Labour in Domestic
            Labour and Begging in Pakistan, Working Paper Number 22,
            Infocus Programme on Promoting the Declaration. Interational
            Labour Organization, Geneva. January 2004.
2003        ILO LABOUR/ SOCIAL PROTECTION
       A study of conceptual issues with regard to social protection as
       well as the situation that prevails in Pakistan. Recommendations
       follow from the concept of social protection, the situation
       analysis and some basic projections on population, labour force
       and economic trends.
       Papers/publications
       Asad Sayeed, Social Protection in Pakistan: Concept,
       Situation Analysis and the Way Forward, mimeo,
       International Labour Organization (ILO), Islamabad. January
       2004.
2003   ILO BONDED LABOUR FBS DATA
       A study based on the analysis of data collected by the Federal
       Bureau of Statistics on bonded labourers in Punjab Brick Kilns
       and Sharecropping in Sindh.
       Papers/publications
       Survey of Bonded Labour in Two Sectors in Pakistan:
       Brick Kiln Workers (Punjab) and Sharecroppers (Sindh),
       2002, mimeo, Federal Bureau of Statistics, Government of
       Pakistan, Islamabad. January 2004.
2003   LABOUR MARKETS AND POVERTY IN PAKISTAN
       This paper contributes to Pakistan’s poverty reduction policy
       framework by improving the understanding of labour market
       issues relevant to poverty and poverty reduction in the country.
       It provides a strategic review of the labour market-poverty
       linkage in order to facilitate better correspondence between
       labour and poverty-reduction policies.
       Papers/publications
       Haris Gazdar, Labour Markets and Poverty in Pakistan:
       Institutional Arrangements and Policy, mimeo, Collective for
       Social Science Research, Karachi. January 2004.
2003   MIGRATION REVIEW
       A study to provide a strategic overview of issues relating to
       migration and poverty in Pakistan.
       Papers/publications
       Haris Gazdar, A Review of Migration Issues in Pakistan,
       Paper prepared for and presented at the Regional Conference on
       Migration, Development and Pro-Poor Policy Choices in Asia
       jointly organized by the Refugee and Migratory Movements
       Research Unit, Bangladesh, and the Department for International
       Development, UK, 22-24 June 2003 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

				
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