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Nabeela Ahmed



Research Associate








Nabeela Ahmed is an interdisciplinary researcher interested in urban experiences of vulnerability and exclusion, internal migration and state-citizen relations; and using participatory and innovative qualitative methods to understand these areas. She has worked with a number of NGOs in South Asia including BRAC in Bangladesh, and various grassroots and local organisations across India, working mainly with communities in urban informal settlements.

Nabeela has also worked on the Gender Adolescence Global Evidence (GAGE) project with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), examining adolescence and gender in East Africa and South Asia, and with the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), looking at social accountability in South Asia under the Making All Voices Count (MAVC) framework.

At the University of Sussex, Nabeela previously taught Geographies of Development and Inequality and her doctoral research was based in Western India, exploring the experiences of urban migrants in hostile infrastructures.


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