Women Rights

Education and Health departments notorious for Harassment against Women in Sindh

During the year 2020, a total of 48 complaints of harassments were received. The number increased to 56 in 2021…

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Mathematics prizes have a gender problem

Female representation among mathematicians is improving. But the field’s most prestigious awards are still going almost exclusively to men. Davide…

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Women are under-represented in economics globally

Solving this systemic problem will require shifts in culture, practices and policy. The economists must first accept and recognize the…

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Definition of a Sindhi Woman

She has to fit into the multiple roles that a good woman is expected to perform: ‘feed and nurture like…

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Women’s march has changed the narrative about rights in Pakistan

The criticism against the Aurat March stems from disagreement in society which perceives feminism and Islam as irreconcilably two ideas,…

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Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur organizes Awareness Walk on Women’s Rights

The 3-day workshop on “How to Strengthen Campus Radio” is also underway at the University From Our Correspondent Khairpur The…

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Pakistan has one of the highly illiterate population in South Asia and world

Gender-bias is deeply rooted in cultures, economies, political and social institutions around the world. Islamabad On the occasion of international…

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Women rights is not a western propaganda

Students of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Sindh Jamshoro present artistic performances; Stage Theater and tableau to mark the International…

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Women workers demand ‘Peace, Bread and Equality’

A cultural program would be held at the end of the rally. Large number of women workers, peasants, home-based workers,…

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Amina Sa’id – The Egyptian Women Rights Champion Who Visited Hyderabad Sindh in 1945

The All India Women Conference, hosted by Sindhi women, was participated by over 550 women from across India and delegates…

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