Category Archives: Social Development

Child Labour in Pakistan

By: Aliza Sohail, Anosha Ahmed, Ayesha Noor, Ayesha Nasir & Jawaria Khan Karachi: According to the International Labour organisation (ILO) child labour is defined as, the work that has mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful effect on children’s, depriving … Continue reading

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Poverty Alleviation Through Enterprise Development

Enterprises have been the core of the economic fabric of Pakistan as the country lacks industrial growth in each sector causing fewer job opportunities in percentage comparison to the population growth. Continue reading

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The need for decentralised governance

there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ formula for decentralization. Different countries can have different aspect of decentralization according to their own countries’ socio-political scenario. Continue reading

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Professional Begging: A Social Curse

According to a recent research conducted by UNICEF, above 80% professional beggars are indulging in malpractices like drug addiction, prostitution, child abuse, human trafficking and pick pocketing. Continue reading

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Breaking the Shackles – What will Other People Say?

Jean Jacques Rousseau, a French Revolution philosopher said, “Man is born free, but everywhere he is in chains”. It is present in almost every segment of our society. Let’s break this social dogma, so our children will not have to worry about WHAT WILL THE OTHER PEOPLE SAY. Continue reading

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