Rights Watch | 25 January 2023

Five students suspended for classmate's torture at Lahore school Five students, including the victim, were suspended by a private school in Lahore after a video surfaced on social media showing four students punching and kicking their classmate. The incident has also...

Rights Watch | 26 May 2023

Prayer leader imprisoned for student's murder A prayer leader has been sentenced to prison for killing a student. The verdict was delivered by Additional District and Sessions Judge Chaudhry Naveed Akhtar in a case involving the abduction and murder of...
Voicepk's Editor-in-Chief Munizae Jahangir reports from the Hanna Urak area of Balochistan which was ravaged by floods in late August. Flood affectees are waiting to restart their lives soon.
Activists have called out Pakistan Tehrik Insaf (PTI) for criticising Nasreen Jalil over the federal government’s decision to appoint the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan stalwart as the second female governor of Sindh province.

Rights Watch | 18 April 2023

Sindh seeks legal action over banned jirga in rape and suicide case Legal action is being sought over a jirga in a rape and forced suicide case in Tharparkar, Sindh. A fact-finding team from the Sindh Human Rights Department has...

Rights Watch | 23 May 2023

Girls' Schools Targeted and Destroyed in Militant Attack in North Waziristan Two girls' schools were destroyed in North Waziristan, Pakistan. No casualties were reported. The targeted schools were Government Girls Middle School, Noor Jannat, and Government Girls Middle School, Yunus...

Rights Watch | 7 April 2023

Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Rape of 15-Year-Old Girl in Narowal A man who was found guilty of rape has been given a 10-year jail sentence by Additional District and Sessions Judge Rana Tariq Mahmood in Narowal.  The...
A social media campaign about the plight of a 91-year-old widow litigating for over 50 years for share in her late husband's property has brought to the fore numerous issues and problems women continue to face in getting their inheritance in property across Pakistan.
The family of a slain 7 y/o girl in Barakahu claim police are harassing them to withdraw rape charges from their complaint.
Women in Pakistan's healthcare sector are paid 11 percent less than their male counterparts in monthly earnings, according to an ILO-WHO report.