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Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan

Girls Deserve Better- Domestic Servitude In Pakistan … Read More»

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The Drama of Banning Facebook

The controversy of "Draw Mohammad Day" most obviously being celebrated on Facebook has spun out of control in Pakistan. … Read More»

Unveiled Views

Unveiled Views is the story of five female visionaries, warriors, and artists. Read More »

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In the Quest for Peace

As an International Human Rights advisor, I am experienced in negotiation, mediation and project development initiation. … Read More»

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Youth in the News

N&R This article was printed from the Local Stories section of the Chico News & Review, originally published February 18, 2010. This article may be read online at: … Read More»

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Bruised Maid Dies at 12, and Pakistan Seethes

By SABRINA TAVERNISE Published: February 5, 2010 © Reprinted from New York Times … Read More»

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Reading Benazir Bhutto's Autobiography

The newly formed World Pulse Book Club has chosen to read Daughter of Destiny: An Autobiography by Benazir Bhutto for our September selection. … Read More»

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Great New York Times article about women in the developing world

The Global Justice Center is pleased to share an article from the latest edition of the New York Times magazine about changing the lives of women in the developing world as a way to change the world: … Read More»

My Country of Horror and Possibility

Widely speculated to be a future heir to the Bhutto political dynasty, Fatima Bhutto, 27-year-old niece of the late Benazir Bhutto, has captured public imagination across Pakistan. A poet and writer, she openly denounces birthright politics and uses her pen to advocate for a truly democratic nation. Read More »

"This is a country where women have to push for what they want. If you push—if you’re loud enough—you make waves."

Burnt Shadows

Pakistani writer Kamila Shamsie’s latest novel, Burnt Shadows, is an epic story of new beginnings. It opens in 1945 when Hiroko Tanaka, a young Japanese woman, and Konrad Weiss, a German man, fall in love and plan to marry. But their plans are obliterated in an instant when Konrad is killed in the bombing of Nagasaki. Read More »

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