Stereotypical roles continue to stymie the persona of the modern Pakistani woman in local television serials.
During a seminar at SZABIST, Dr Fouzia Saeed questioned the norms of Pakistani society and asked the attendees to stand up for gender equality once and for all, saying, “I’m counting on your generation.”
December 12, 2011, will go down as a historic day for all women in Pakistan: new legislation decrees that hate crimes against women and cultural norms to shackle women will be punishable by law.
A brilliant new generation of short-film makers, including women, thrives in Afghanistan.
This book from India is relevant to contemporary Pakistan because it documents the experiences of rural women who entered politics to solve their issues.
Judges in Pakistan often advise victims of domestic abuse to solve their problems privately.
The 7th International Conference on Women Leadership was held at the Sheraton Hotel on June 18.
With Mamata Banerjee’s historic win, Kanimozhi’s ignominious arrest and the gay community’s official coming out, India increasingly has a new face.
Made in Dagenham may well deal with a specific movement and era, but the issues it raises remain timeless.
Law enforcement agencies are covering up the target killing of five innocent Chechens in Quetta.