Ms. Arfeen Naeem Baig holds a bachelor’s honors degree in Political Science from Kinnaird College for Women’s University. Her initial research journey started from her keen interest in social issues which she explored in her bachelor’s (Hons.) thesis titled “The increasing trend of bonded labor in Pakistan: A case of the brick kiln sector in Lahore”. She did her M.phil from the Center of Public policy and Governance (CPPG) at Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), focusing her research on a new dimension i.e., the relationship between tourism and the development of the Spiritual Economy, her study is titled “Spiritual Economy: Social and Economic Effects of Kartarpur Corridor for Pakistan. Throughout her academic journey, she has participated in multiple conferences and has presented research papers at the national level. She has been affiliated with NACTA, British Council & Shaukat Khanum via fellowships and internships. Currently, she is working at Forman Christain College ( A Chartered University) as a Research Associate on a USIP-funded project titled “Juvenile Justice Act of Pakistan 2018: Assessment, Analysis, and Capacity Building”, previously as a Research Assistant at the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT).
Developments in the Tourism Industry in Pakistan: A boost ensured By China Pakistan Economic
Corridor (2020) -The Platform by CGSS https://cgss.com.pk/paper/pdf/Developments-in-the-
Increasing Trends of Bonded Labor in Pakistan: Case of Brick kiln Sector in Lahore (2018)
International Conference on Human Rights: Challenges and Prospects (ICHRCP)
Impact of climate change on the National Security of Pakistan (2022)- International Social Science
Conference-School of Integrated Social Sciences (University of Lahore).
An Analysis of The Performance Of The Tourism Sector: A Critical Appraisal Of The Punjab
Tourism Policy 2019 (2022) -3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL SCIENCES
AND HUMANITIES https://oric.kinnaird.edu.pk/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/Book-of-Abstract-
3rd-International-Conference-on-Social-Sciences-Humanities.pdf (pg. 19)
Implications of migrants from war-torn countries in Pakistan: A case of the Afghan refugees (2022)
Deciphering Global Security Architecture in the 21st Century: Exploring Pathways, Determining
Strategies at Punjab University.
Exploring Sustainable Economic Potentials for CPEC through the integration of BRI and SDG
(2019) - 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES
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