Author Archives: Ayesha Siddique Khan


Ayesha Siddique Khan

Beyond Precedent

Beyond Precedent The recent judgement on the changes made to Election Act 2017 (which repealed the Political Parties Ordinance 2002 — PPO), whereby Nawaz Sharif was removed as party head, has driven

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Ayesha Siddique Khan

Is The Use Of Torture Under Any Circumstances Justified?

Is The Use Of Torture Under Any Circumstances Justified? ‘Torture anywhere is an affront to human dignity everywhere’ – George Bush in 2003. In the present era of global conflict and terrorism, civil

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Foundation for Fundamental Rights (FFR) and Reprieve have launched a Report on the issue of compensation for the victims of US drone strikes in Pakistan

Foundation for Fundamental Rights (FFR) and Reprieve have launched a Report on the issue of compensation for the victims of US drone strikes in Pakistan   10 December 2015, Islamabad: A report

Is the Human Trafficking Ordinance just another failed statute in Pakistan?

The situation of human rights in Pakistan as recorded by international rights organizations, bodies and agencies has always been grave and continues to exacerbate.   In similar news, Pakistan is on the