This study is an effort to highlight the experiences and issues faced by poor women from the religiously marginalised Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (AMC) in Pakistan. It attempts to examine how the issues are perceived by poor Ahmadi Muslims (AMs) in Pakistan.
This paper forms part of our Intersecting Inequalities series on ‘Violence and Discrimination against Women of Religious Minority Backgrounds in Pakistan’.
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K.M. (2020) Gender-Based Perspectives on Key Issues Facing Poor Ahmadi Women in Pakistan, CREID Intersections Series, Coalition for Religious Equality and Inclusive Development, Brighton: Institute of Development Studies