June 14th, 2021; On behalf of South Asians for Human Rights; SRI LANKA; In a strongly-worded letter, international rights SAHR has called on the Sir Lankan Govt to carry out an impartial inquiry into the police for the extra-judicial killing & deaths by negligence of 5 men
February 16th, 2021; By Staff reporter; LAHORE; The Pakistan Bar Council and the Peshawar High Court Bar Association have urged the Supreme Court to review its order of barring Justice Qazi Faez Isa from hearing cases concerning Prime Minister Imran Khan.
in the aftermath of the terrible incident of harassment and assault at the Greater Iqbal Park, rights organizations have condemned the incident.
The Pakistan Bar Council (PBC), Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists, Haqooq e Khalq Movement is dismayed at the manner in which extensions in the tenures of the army, navy and air force chiefs of...
June 13, 2020: Mr. Abid Saqi, Vice Chairman, Pakistan Bar Council has strongly condemned the recent onslaught of religious fanatics against Dr. Arfana Mallah leveled against her, false accusations of Blasphemy ...
UN experts have expressed their deep concern over the lack of attention to rights violations perpetrated against Ahmadiyyas.
A minority rights organization has demanded that in the upcoming census there should be transparency so that people from all sections of society are properly represented.
ISLAMABAD: The Digital Media Association of Pakistan (DigiMAP) has expressed deep concern at the government proposal to create a new authority to regulate the entire spectrum of the country’s media sector including print, electronic, digital and film.
HRCP Chairperson Hina Jilani expresses dissatisfaction over the acquittal of all five persons accused of the murder of Orangi Pilot Project (OPP) director Perween Rehman and calls on the state to reflect on its ability to provide justice to victims of violence.
Chairperson of PCMR, Peter Jacob, and its members Justice (R) Kalash Nath Kohli, and Fatima Atif, in a joint statement on behalf of PCMR, have emphatically rejected the idea of passing an amendment to the ordinance that gives absolute power to an entity or person.