Category Archives: Human Rights

Life of Minorities in Pakistan

Out of 14 points of Quaid-e-Azam there is a point that every Muslim and non Muslim have equal rights of living in Pakistan. So why have we to beg for peace, justice, respect, authority, trust at every single step at every place. Continue reading

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The Burnt Faces

Women who try to speak up, for themselves, are forced to keep quiet, which is the only reason why Pakistan is this far from providing women their rights. Continue reading

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The Kasur Scandal – Uncovering the truth about child abuse in Pakistan

How do we make a case for Pakistan being a safe country, when it can’t even protect its own children, whether they’re being slaughtered in Peshawar or being robbed of their childhood in Kasur? Continue reading

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Philosophy of Feminism and Rights of Women

The sad truth is that the shackles of suppression that stop women from coming forward and realizing their true strength and potential are based on so much more than the idea that women are naturally worse at certain things than men. Continue reading

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Rights of Road Lane for disables

Progress in social welfare of a society can be estimated from how well mentally and physically disable individuals are being put to productive relations and how much we really cares about them to provide facilities to live a normal life. Continue reading

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