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Public Transportation Safety – Should Taxis Have Panic Buttons?

Public Transportation Safety – Should Taxis Have Panic Buttons? The backseat of a taxi has long been a haven for the weary or hurried, offering a moment of peace before climbing back


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Sexual Harassment – Abuse Of Authority At Workplace

Sexual Harassment – Abuse Of Authority At Workplace Gender inequality is structural and deeply entrenched in the patriarchal mindset. According to research conducted by various NGOs in Pakistan, a whopping 90% working

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Roundtable Discussion on Corporal Punishment in Legislation

Roundtable Discussion on Corporal Punishment in Legislation Lahore; December 20th, 2017: Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) recently organized a meeting at the Grand Palm Hotel, Lahore with government bodies, parliamentarians and the civil society on a

Patriarchal Anecdotes From My Lectures On Women Empowerment

Patriarchal Anecdotes From My Lectures On Women Empowerment I have been delivering lectures on women empowerment with specific reference to the statute called Protection Against Harassment of Women at Workplace Act, 2010 at

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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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Harassment Of Women At Workplace And Beyond

Harassment Of Women At Workplace And Beyond Women in Pakistan often feel socially insecure and uncomfortable outside the privacy of their homes. This is mainly due to the sexual harassment that they

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Shah Nawaz Mohal

Did You Notice, Preventing Crime Too Went Cyber?

Did You Notice, Preventing Crime Too Went Cyber? The Cybercrime Bill NA passed should get more attention than it currently has Since Panama Papers dawned upon us, all the political animals, regardless

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Gambhir Bhatta

Challenges To Implementing Right To Information Laws In Asia

Challenges To Implementing Right To Information Laws In Asia In recent years there has been one critical instrument to making governments more responsive to citizens in how they provide services – the

Majority of Callers To Lawyer Support Charity Are Women and Trainees

Majority of Callers To Lawyer Support Charity Are Women and Trainees Two out of three callers in 2015 to a charity offering support and advice to lawyers were women, while nearly four

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7-step Guide for Pakistani Victims of Hacking and Blackmail

7-step Guide for Pakistani Victims of Hacking and Blackmail Pakistan has the highest teledensity (75 per cent) in the region and the cheapest rates for radio internet to have ever been offered