Category Archives: Extremism

Changing Nature of War (Ejaz Haider’s lecture at QAU)

Sophisticated weapons and modern warfare might endanger humanity like never before, said columnist and Sustainable Development Policy Institute Senior Adviser Ejaz Haider on Wednesday. To Watch the lecture click here: http://www.sdpi.tv/play/index.php?cat=rc&id=380#.ULSJ2Wfla7s He was speaking as a guest lecturer at Quaid-i-Azam … Continue reading

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“Missing Children: A Wakeup Call for Society?

The issue of missing children is least acknowledged in Pakistan owing to the lack of understanding and information about the issue. The convention on Rights of the Child (CRC) outlines the fundamental rights of children, including the right to be … Continue reading

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Extremism: a snapshot from history

It was 1980 when I passed the middle school examination and entered class nine. Imparting school education to children was not commercialised across the country, as it is now. The public schools were far more multiclass in terms of their … Continue reading

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