Domestic Violence is a punishable crime.  AGHS Legal Aid Cell Helpline No: 0300-8427079 Art Work: Sabir Nazar Written by: Xari Jalil Project supported by the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
"Fighting Back from The Digital Fringes" uncovers the devastating impact of online harassment, cyberstalking, and other forms of digital abuse through the powerful stories of four women. Don't miss the opportunity to join the conversation and be a part of the change.
Former judge of the Lahore High Court Malik Mohammad Qayyum, who passed away on Friday in Lahore, authored many significant judgments relating to women's rights in the country.
11 February 2023 By Hamza Saeed LAHORE Today marks the 5th anniversary of the demise of one of the most iconic human rights advocates, Asma Jahangir, who defended and protected human rights in Pakistan at great personal risk. Born in Lahore, Pakistan on...
AGHS Legal Aid Cell organized a training workshop on the new Anti-Rape laws at the KP Judicial Academy in #Peshawar. The workshop was attended by more than 25 additional district and sessions judges from across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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Child sexual abuse is a serious legal offence. Report and seek help. is a platform that aims to raise awareness about rights violations and give a voice to marginalized communities by bringing their concerns to the attention of the authorities and the national discourse. We take a look back to some of our stories from 2022 that have had an impact and helped victims get access to justice.
This report is part of’s series Against Gender-Based Digital Violence and was made through the support of the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (#CFLI). 
Reflecting hope and horror the protests in Iran showcase young people fighting and dying for human rights and personal liberties. 
On the International Day of Tolerance, takes a look at the curious stream of sedition cases against Ali Wazir that have kept the MNA from South Waziristan behind bars for close to two years.