“It’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the world and to think about how you can start to make a difference, even when you’re a kid.”
The Joint Action Committee (JAC) and the Women's Action Forum (WAF) held a demonstration on Tuesday demanding the gov
Women in Pakistan face especially formidable obstacles in their search for better lives and opportunities for themsel
A bill to abolish laws that discriminate against women in Pakistan has been presented before Pakistan's parliament.
Like every year, Working Women Organization is organizing the campaign on “Sixteen Days of Activism Against Gen
Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace (WISCOMP) organized a roundtable to address the issue of human secur
Journal for Women's Studies: Alam-e-Niswan invites submissions for its 2009 Special Issue (vo
The six-year, six-country, South Asian Campaign to End All Violence against Women - or the 'WE CAN" campaign - a
An Indian delegation of peace activists, social workers and artistes will cross the border at Wagah to participate in
Earlier this week, Mollie suggested that it's a good time to cover religious liberty questions, as we've seen continu
With the assassination of Salman Taseer, the Governor of Punjab Province in Pakistan and an outspoken opponent of rel
“We Are Super Women!” twelve young women from Israel, Palestine, India, and Pakistan shouted in unison wh
On Tuesday, January 18, 2011, four representatives from India and Pakistan came together to present the results of a
The first international conference on peace, security and governance was organised by the Centre for Peace, Security
Pakistan has earmarked 750-million dollars to create jobs and alleviate poverty in its troubled border regions with A
Pakistan will host the 7th meeting of the women speakers from around the world in November this year.
Merely reporting on violence against women cannot put an end to this “heinous crime”.
On Thursday April 21, 2011 the Supreme Court of Pakistan issued a decision in the case of gang rape survivor Mukhtar
The National Commission on the Status of Women and members of Insani Huqooq Ittehad, including PODA, Mehergargh, Aura
She was a regular girl from Peshawar who grew up to be appointed president of an international tribunal for crimes ag
Media in Pakistan has resolved to play a key role in empowering women and promoting their rights by improving their p
The two-day Intra-Kashmir Women's conference that concluded in Gulmarg on Thursday sought an end to protracted confli
Pakistan's most renowned human rights activist Asma Jahangir claims that the country's security agency plotted to mur
Goodwill Ambassador for Women's Empowerment, Syeda Fiza Batool Gilani Thursday reiterated to continue struggle for th
The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a joint programme of the International Federati
Three years ago, a young Pakistani girl bravely spoke out about Taliban atrocities in her hometown of Mingora, in Pak
Pakistan's tribal areas are not known for female empowerment.
When 13-year-old Kainat Soomro accused four men of gang rape, she risked everything: her reputation, her education an
It is not surprising Pakistan's spy agency plotted to kill Asma Jahangir.
Feminist Collective Statement
Feminist Collective Statement
Human Rights Council 3rd Session