The organizers of the Asma Jahangir Conference regrets the state’s highhandedness after it blocked the three time elected former PM’s speech at the AJCONF2021 closing ceremony on Nov 21.
DigiMAP demands that the government should take urgent notice of the concerns raised by women journalists through the joint statements they issued in 2020 and ensure that women journalists are protected against digital attacks and online abuse from various perpetrators, including political party supporters.
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.

Supporters hold vigil for Noor Mukadam

Vigil organized for Noor on eve of murder trial.
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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.
A national conference held by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) in partnership with the Friedrich Naumman Foundation for Freedom (FNF), has called for a constitutional amendment to protect the form and tenure of local governments and to ensure that fiscal decentralisation enables local bodies to carry out their functions effectively.
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.
CJP Gulzar says will quit rather than buckle under pressure
June 24th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz & Ahmed Saeed; LAHORE; Hina Jillani, chairperson of the HRCP points out that bringing about a law to control enforced disappearances is futile stating that the crisis can only be resolved by making security agencies subservient to the parliament.