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Irfan Younis Butt

Quetta Inquiry Commission Report And Our Frivolous Institutions

Quetta Inquiry Commission Report And Our Frivolous Institutions A laid-back attitude towards any disaster is a much bigger tragedy than the disaster itself and the impact of such negligence is bound to


Syed Junaid Arshad

Issues In Implementation Of National Action Plan

Issues In Implementation Of National Action Plan Glossary of Terms Used APS            Army Public School FATA         Federally Administered Tribal Areas FBR    


Abeer Mustafa

Pakistan’s Recent Counter-Terrorism Measures: A Critical Look

Pakistan’s Recent Counter-Terrorism Measures: A Critical Look When the harrowing attack of 16 December, 2014 took place, it felt as if the world had stopped spinning – for 144 families, it did. Feeling a surging sense

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Failing Them Again: #Bringourchildrenback

Failing Them Again: #Bringourchildrenback When we sign any document, we are bound to follow it. However, it seems that the international conventions that have been signed are not meant to be followed.

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Javeria Younes

How Judiciary Has Institutionalized Curb On Free Speech

How Judiciary Has Institutionalized Curb On Free Speech “If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear” ― George Orwell. Freedom of

Pakistani Democracy Is Not Meant For The People

Pakistani Democracy Is Not Meant For The People Pakistani democracy, though it is ‘by’ the people, it is not meant ‘for’ the people. Actually, Pakistani democracy is exclusively for the ruling/elite class. When

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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

National Action Plan or No Action Plan: Civilian Dithering

National Action Plan or No Action Plan: Civilian Dithering As December gloom takes over Pakistan, much has been written about the National Action Plan, which was initiated by the government of Pakistan

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Defending The Indefensible

Defending The Indefensible  A few days back, I co-authored a set of proposals in these pages for making the National Action Plan (NAP) effective. For the first time, a framework has been

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Recommendations Of Youth Parliament Standing Committee On National Security & Foreign Affairs

Recommendations Of Youth Parliament Standing Committee On National Security & Foreign Affairs Earlier this month, Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT) in partnership with Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) organized