PhD (Gender and Development Studies) Australian National University, Australia | Post Doctorate (Roads and Politics of Thought) SOAS, University of London | MSc (Crime, Deviance and Control) London School of Economics and Political Science | MA (English Literature) University of the Punjab
Khalid Chauhan has an extensive and distinguished police and public service experience of almost twenty-five years. He also worked for the UN’s peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, for which he was awarded the United Nations Medal “in the service of peace”(2004-05). He has also worked as Director General, Pakistan Planning and Management Institute (2013). In recognition of his services, he was awarded President’s Police Medal in 2015. His research interests include public policy, gender and development, violence against women, cyber security awareness, public sector reforms, rule of law, migration and employment barriers. He was a recipient of British Chevening Scholarship (2001-02) and Australian Development Scholarship (2007-11). He has authored a book, Gender Inequality in the Public Sector in Pakistan: Representation and Distribution of Resources (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).