Tabadlab’s Centre for Governance Systems (CGS) is being established to support and empower decision makers and leaders with ideas for how to solve 21st century governance problems in an age of exceptional complexity.
We will work with scholars and officials around the world to try to understand how existing norms in governance came about, the needs of people in the digital age, and the reforms that will help bridge the gap between norms and needs.
Ultimately, Tabadlab’s CGS aims to help individuals, communities, businesses, cities and nations to solve governance problems in a manner befitting the nature of today’s challenges.
As part of the newly-launched CGS, Tabadlab hosted a Forum on Federalism. The day-long online event on February 11, 2021 included back-to-back conversations with a panel of distinguished local and foreign experts on a range of topics concerning federalism in Pakistan and around the world.
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Danyal Adam Khan is a Senior Associate at Tabadlab. In his role, Danyal is responsible for overseeing the range and quality of Tabadlab's thought leadership, creating content and managing teams.
Danyal Adam Khan
Researcher and Analyst in the social development sector in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq, focusing on democratization, conflict, gender, and human rights.