An interactive session with Take Back The Tech! activists discussed social activism in the age of Facebook and Twitter.
November 25 marked the beginning of 16 days of activism for ending gender-based violence against women, and also the Take Back the Tech! campaign.
Akbar Hafeez’s vibrant exhibition breathes new life into an ongoing tale.
Rashida Patel’s book covers how the laws of the country affect the Pakistani woman.
Three intrepid women journalists travel alone across a country rumoured to be infested with rapists, militants and kidnappers and come back unscathed to tell the tale of the wondrous sights their country has to offer.
Women seek private abortions to avoid legality issues but often don’t realise the threat they pose to their own lives.
Securing equal rights for women in the workplace and in trade unions is an ongoing struggle.
Have women parliamentarians succeeded in changing the status of women?
“It is actually possible to find cross-party support for women’s issues now,” says Sherry Rehman.
“How can we be against pro-women legislation?” asks Sameea Qazi.