Justice

Why Baba Jan Won

Jun 2015

Baba Jan drew more than 4,500 votes, a massive victory for a candidate running from inside jail. Those votes, even though he came in second, are the critical story of this election.
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مجرم کون؟ منیر حسین کا مقدمہ: حقوقِ انسانی کی زبان میں

Apr 2015

منیر حسین جسے قانون کی آنکھ نے ایک ذہنی مریض کے طور پر نہیں پر کھا اگر اپنے کردار کا ناقص حصہ اپنی اولاد میں بھی منتقل کر کے جا رہا ہے تو سوال یہ ہے کہ ذمہ دار وہ خود ہے یا نظام جو کہ ملزم کے بچوں کو بھی ملزم بنانے...
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Dangerous Precedent: Why the Qadri Verdict Can Do More Harm Than Good

The High Court’s judgment is both crucial and terribly problematic.
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Remembering Perween Rahman (1957-2013) | Invisible Cities

Remembering Perween Rahman (1957-2013) | Invisible Cities

Invisible Cities | Blog | We remember Perween Rahman on her second death anniversary through the words of her mentor and teacher, Arif Hasan.
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Trampled Rights in Balochistan

Enforced disappearances are now accompanied by widespread search operations and encounters, in an expanded and intensified state offensive in Balochistan.
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In Memoriam: Peshawar & How Things Come Full Circle

Feb 2015

On the two month anniversary of the attack on an army school in Peshawar, Mahru Najam recalls her own experience of attacks that have become too common -- and that cost her a friend's life.
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بلوچستان میں انسانی حقوق کی پامالی

پاکستان میں گزشتہ ایک دہائی میں ہر دورِحکومت میں بلوچستان کو ایک نیا زخم ملا ہے۔


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