M.S.W., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale; Post Graduate, International Islamic University, Islamabad; M.A., Bahauddin Zakriya University, Multan.
International trade and development, food and agriculture policy, rural livelihoods, social work.
Roshan Malik has worked at the Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) and at ActionAid, focusing on issues of international trade and development, especially those related to trade in agriculture, food security and rural livelihoods. Recently he was associated with Institute for Agriculture Trade Policy (IATP) working on issues related to agriculture trade and right to food.
Roshan has been involved in Food Security Analysis- Pakistan (2003) jointly conducted by SDPI & World Food Program. He was also associated with various inter/national networks and campaigns promoting sustainable agriculture and food security.
As a Pardee Center Graduate Fellow his research focuses on linking indicators of food insecurity with indicators of national governance and of human development.