Tag Archives: Discrimination


Farah Adeed

Protecting Women And Minorities In Pakistan – Beyond The Law

Protecting Women And Minorities In Pakistan – Beyond The Law   Women and minorities in Pakistan are not safe. This is the truth of the day and it does not matter whether

International Women's Day, 12 March 1977. SMH Picture by DAVID BARTHO

Javeria Younes

This Women’s Day Let’s Advocate Change In The Patriarchal Mindset

This Women’ Day Let’s Advocate Change In The Patriarchal Mindset  Every year on the 8th of March the women of the world come together to commemorate and celebrate the spirit of gender

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The State Of Transgender Rights In Pakistan

The State Of Transgender Rights In Pakistan It is worth questioning ourselves whether in a country that struggles to provide food, shelter and clothing to its citizens, there is any need or

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Hassan Niazi

A Minor Guardian

A Minor Guardian Is a Constitutional Court, or the Supreme Court in our case, the best institution to protect the rights of minorities in a country? Reading that sentence, may either cause

The National Commission for Minority Education Act, 2015 (Private Members’ Bill)

The National Commission for Minority Education Act, 2015 (Private Members’ Bill) Proposed and Moved by: Ms. Romina Khurshid Alam (Member, National Assembly) Status: Pending Summary: The bill aims to establish a Commission

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Lessons from Canada: The Truth & Reconciliation Commission Report

Lessons from Canada: The Truth & Reconciliation Commission Report December 15, 2015, is a watershed moment for the rights of the indigenous people of the world when a report by the Truth

US Supreme Court Hears Employment Discrimination Case

US Supreme Court Hears Employment Discrimination Case The US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two cases earlier this week. In Green v. Brennan,  the court heard arguments to determine if, under federal employment discrimination

Rights – Unknown

Rights – Unknown Prejudice which articulates itself in discrimination and oppression goes against the first two Articles of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). According to Article 1 of UDHR  ‘All human

SNCF Loses Class Action Suit For Practicing Racial Discrimination

SNCF Loses Class Action Suit For Practicing Racial Discrimination The French state rail operator, SNCF, faces a huge legal bill after losing a 16 year battle with former employees who claimed that