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Naveen Khan

Naveen Khan

Naveen Khan is a social activist who hails from KPK. A sociology graduate from Quaid-e-Azam University, she is currently working as Research Assistant at the Department of Sociology, Quaid-e-Azam University.

Living under Threat

The small ethno-religious Kalasha minority is often used as a glaring example of the noticeable diversity found in Pakistani society. It is the only pagan tribe in the country, practicing its unique kind of polytheism. However, the said community now

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Public Trust and the Rise of Polio in Pakistan

Polio is an infectious viral disease which, if not prevented through administering polio drops in infants and children up to the age of five years, leads to lifelong disability of limbs. Pakistan up till some years back was well on

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Education in Pakistan has Negative Impact on the Social Cohesion of Youth

Social cohesion is the feeling and manifestation of unity and solidarity among various social groups.

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Bonded Labour In Pakistan—A Humanitarian Crisis

Slavery is a dreadful concept which is considered unacceptable in most parts of the world - yet in Pakistan, millions of people continue to live in bondage, forced to suffer subhuman conditions and daily humiliations at the whim of those

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Tareeqat-- 7 Elements of Living Sufism in Pakistan

‘Tareeqat—7 Elements of Living Sufism in Pakistan’ comes from Dr Kamran Ahmad who has previously authored ‘Roots of Religious Tolerance in Pakistan and India’. Having had a PhD in South Asian Spirituality with international teaching experience of both Religion and

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Write for Rights and Make a Difference

Each year, hundreds of thousands of concerned citizens around the globe mark International Human Rights Day on the 10th of December by taking part in Amnesty International’s ‘Letter Writing Marathon’. The event titled “Write for Rights” calls on Amnesty International (AI) members

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