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Men Protection Act


Men Protection Act

Men Protection Act Before discussing the need of the hour, let me open up my words with one of the not so essential (neglected) part of our ‘so called’ Islamic society, “women”.

Review Of Women Protection Act: Religious Parties Shun Protest Plan, Join Govt Committee

Review Of Women Protection Act: Religious Parties Shun Protest Plan, Join Govt Committee Two days after showing their resolve to launch an anti-government movement on the Women Protection Act issue, religious parties

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Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee

Punjab Protection of Women Law: An Appraisal

Punjab Protection of Women Law: An Appraisal The Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Act, 2016, has caused quite a stir that has led to heated discussions on TV channels without the

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Pakistan’s Historic Women’s Rights Bill Praised By Activists

Pakistan’s Historic Women’s Rights Bill Praised By Activists Activists have hailed the passing of a historic bill protecting women’s rights in Punjab, with the legislation establishing a helpline and shelters while calling for

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Myra Khan

Protection Of Women Against Violence – New Bill Passed By Punjab Assembly

Protection Of Women Against Violence – New Bill Passed By Punjab Assembly On 25 February 2016, the Provincial Assembly of Punjab passed the Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Bill, 2015 (the

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Punjab Assembly Approves Bill For Protection Of Women Against Violence

Punjab Assembly Approves Bill For Protection Of Women Against Violence The historic Punjab Protection of Women Against Violence Bill 2015 that faced a lot of opposition even from the government quarters and

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Sahar Bandial

The Much-Needed Anti-Rape Bills

The Much-Needed Anti-Rape Bills In contradistinction to the legislature’s characteristic stalling on critical legal reforms, the Senate, last week, adopted the Anti-rape Bill proposed (over a year back) by a PPP senator and referred


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Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy?

Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Threat To Democracy? “To the extent that we are privatising public civil dispute resolution systems, we are essentially privatising a significant part of the way democracy is realized[1]”.

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Combating Online Misogyny

Team CTL recently attended a discussion on How To Combat Online Misogyny in Pakistan, organized by The Last Word bookshop in collaboration with Susan Benesch of The Berkman Center for Internet and Society