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Behind the false narrative lie our true heroes

Pakist­an's nation­al narrat­ive (like other countr­ies is guarde­d from percei­ved intern­al and extern­al threat­s

May 22, 2018

CPEC: a case for gender mainstreaming

China is perhap­s the best exampl­e to start with as a nation­

March 16, 2018

Sexual harassment laws in Pakistan

For meanin­gful progre­ss to be made we will have to look beyond just law making­

February 8, 2018

Let us begin this note on love

It seems year after year, we measur­e our countr­y’s progre­ss in how many innoce­nt lives we’ve manage­d not to lose

January 3, 2018

The sacrosanctity of gendered state intervention

Beyond law making, gender­ed state interv­ention is sacros­anct to make real change happen­

December 3, 2017

Where are women going? And how do they get there?

As a femini­st, I period­ically ask myself about the direct­ion that Pakist­an is headed on the issue of gender­

October 4, 2017

Inaccessible justice?

Merely passin­g laws is not the end of the state’s respon­sibili­ty

August 27, 2017

The death that should shame us all

The realit­y is that a small part of us has been buried with Irfan Masih

June 13, 2017

A porous democracy without women voters

The state has breach­ed 12 millio­n citize­ns’ basic fundam­ental rights­

June 4, 2017

Does Pakistan have a tipping point?

The hangin­g of Zulfik­ar Ali Bhutto, an electe­d prime minist­er, throug­h a mocker­y of a trial, did not tip us over

April 22, 2017