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Comparison Of Provincial Legislation In 2016 – Balochistan


Ahmed Ozaif

Comparison Of Provincial Legislation In 2016 – Balochistan

Comparison of Provincial Legislation in 2016 – Balochistan Chapter 1 of Part V of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan deals with the “Distribution of Legislative Powers”. In this regard, Section


Syed Muhammad Aala Imran

Are The International Protections For Children Truly International?

Are The International Protections For Children Truly International? “Humanity has to do its best for the child.” – Declaration of Geneva Recently on 20th November 2016, the Universal Children’s Day was celebrated

Human Rights Ministry To Draft Laws To Protect Women, Children

Human Rights Ministry To Draft Laws To Protect Women, Children The Ministry of Human Rights is working on drafting and amending various women and children-friendly laws, including the draft policy on violence

Pakistan Needs Comprehensive Law to Combat Child Sexual Abuse

Pakistan Needs Comprehensive Law to Combat Child Sexual Abuse Child sexual abuse is a silent crime committed under the veil of disguise. Almost all the developing countries are facing this problem. The

Pedophilia – An Obfuscated Reality

Pedophilia – An Obfuscated Reality Outrage against pedophilia is not new. By turning the pages of history it is evident that in the classical Greece hierarchical society, sexual relations between an adult man

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Child Labor in Pakistan

Child Labor in Pakistan Child labor is the employment of children for work which results in harm to the child’s well being.[1]Not all kinds of work are hence classified as child labor.


Dania Malik

Little Abused Souls Await Justice

Little Abused Souls Await Justice In every civilized nation of the world children are regarded as innocent, special and valuable assets through whom significant societal transformation occurs. Due to this very reason


Imaan Zainab Hazir Mazari

Protecting our Children: Kasur in Perspective

Protecting our Children: Kasur in Perspective Sexual abuse in Pakistan is widespread and often goes unchecked. Societal norms, particularly the notion of ‘family honour,’ result in double-punishment for victims of sexual abuse: