Azher Hameed Qamar
When I asked myself what is damaging us intellectually, socially, and morally. I always found the
We are confused about our existence as human-being and our relationship with nature and peace.
We problematize religion, culture, politics, and economics in complex un-necessary debates.
We raise voices to emphasize and promote differences by labeling people as right or wrong.
And we remain silent where we should raise voices for humanity and humanitarian crisis.
I am a writer, anthropologist, and teacher. I obtained my doctorate from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU, Trondheim) Norway. My Ph.D. research was ethnographic study on the social value of the child and infant care belief practices in Punjab. My recent study is about the social resilience of young adult migrants, and I explore young adult migrants' lived experiences and social workers' professional experiences. My research interest are broadly related to children, young people, families, wellbeing, social work, migration, social resilience, and social integration.