IDRC is KUL’s funding partner on various research projects ranging from infrastructures, gender and urban violence to land displacement.
The Urban Institute at University of Sheffield is a leading research center that addresses major social, environmental, and economic challenges facing cities today. KUL and the Urban Institute are working across comparative research projects on infrastructure and popular economies.
The NED UET is one of Pakistan’s leading public universities. KUL and NED-DAP are collaborating on research projects that include mentoring and capacity building for undergraduate and graduate students through short-term internship programs.
KUL and URC are working together to share research data on evictions, displacement, migration, and inequality issues in urban Pakistan.
The TTRC is a community-based organization located in Orangi Town, Karachi. It works on housing, mapping and floods. KUL and TTRC are collaborating on water supply and land related research projects across rural and urban Sindh.
ICRC is KUL’s funding partner on urban violence and mapping related research.
RCCHR institutes public interest petitions before the High Courts and the Supreme Court of Pakistan; provides legal aid and assistance; and spreads awareness of constitutional and human rights. KUL has partnered with RCCHR to advocate for social justice in evictions, displacements and resettlement projects that impact the urban poor.