Justice

Sued for saying #MeToo

Criminal defamation lawsuits are rising at an alarming rate in Pakistan. What happens when you’re served?
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#MeToo and the media: Mistakes we know we are making

In light of the rape allegations against the CEO of Dawn, we asked journalists how we can better report on ourselves and each other.
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Indigenous iterations of azaadi in Kashmir

Tracing the life and legacy of Maqbool Bhat
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Silencing Kashmir

Social media platforms are silencing dissenting Kashmiri voices. Soch investigates how, and why.
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Karachi’s Missing Children

Why are rising rates of infanticide not a pressing issue for Karachi's police?
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Marching for Water

Hundreds of people from the Indus delta region marched 140 km in July this year. Their demand was simple: Water.
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One Khokha, One Thousand Lives

Why then is the CDA so adamant to shut down Islamabad's khokhas?
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The Kashmir Dispute – A Timeline

India and Pakistan have been locked in a territorial dispute over Kashmir since 1947. This timeline charts the history of the region and the conflict
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India Scraps Kashmir’s Special Status Amid Statewide Crackdown

Indian has revoked Article 370 of the Constitution that gave special autonomy to Kashmir. What does this mean for Jammu & Kashmir?
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“I am part of you”

Jalila Haider is here to stay, to challenge the present order, and rebuild the future for her community. In these pursuits, she is relentless.
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What the Jharu Embodies

If the forced identity of Pakistani Christians has become sanitation workers, then the symbol most commonly associated with them is the jharu.
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A Culture of Rape

Rape culture in Pakistan is the embodiment of a constant power struggle; one that is carefully nurtured and disdainfully disregards that female wounds are deeper than male ‘desires’.
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Quetta’s Missing, Dying, Dead, and those Left Behind

Communities in Balochistan have been protesting for over a decade. Can anyone hear them?
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