Aurin Huq

Aurin Huq

Knowledge Officer

Aurin is a Knowledge Officer for the COVID 19 Learning, Evidence and Research Programme for Bangladesh (CLEAR) at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS). She provides research and project coordination support with a focus on research uptake, stakeholder engagement and policy influence. Aurin Huq has more than 10 years of experience working in the development sector of Bangladesh.

Prior to joining IDS, Aurin has worked across different streams of the development sectors, from education, youth skills development, migration among others. Aurin has been an STC with the World Bank Bangladesh Country Office as part of their Education Team working in the skills development sub sector. She has also worked for the International Labour Organization (ILO) as a National Program Officer and as a National Consultant. She has served as a Policy Analyst for IID- a policy research institute in Bangladesh since 2012 with a two year study leave for completing her Masters.

Aurin holds a Master of Public Policy Degree from the Australian National University with Endeavour Scholarship and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the BRAC University, Bangladesh.



Covid-19 Learning, Evidence and Research Programme in Bangladesh (CLEAR)

The Covid-19 Learning, Evidence and Research Programme in Bangladesh (CLEAR) is a 2.5 year FCDO-funded programme to support an evidence-informed Covid-19 response and recovery in Bangladesh. The pandemic has disrupted production in agriculture, industry and the informal sector- creating a new...

Aurin Huq’s recent work