Abdul-Kareem "Babatunde" Williams holds a Bachelors of Arts (Honours) in History from Queen Mary University of London. At the Hertie School, he studied public policy, specialising in management. Whilst completing his master’s degree, he continued his work as a Partner at Purpose Union, a communications agency, supporting accounts with complex public policy briefs. His career has broadly focused on public health interventions for at-risk groups and approaches to violence reduction. He leaves the Hertie School with the intention of launching a counter-violence start-up with the help of several of his fellow students.
Master's thesis title
Identifying the severity of toxic masculinity in three Kurdish refugee and IDP camps and the policy solutions that can be used to reduce it