Sexual Harrasment: Me too

Written and Narrated by: Fozia Tahir The recent #metoo campaign against sexual harassment was an eye opening social campaign for me. Nearly 80% of the women in my friend list reached out to the world by saying they have been sexually harassed at work on in closely knit family and community setups. While a coupleContinue reading “Sexual Harrasment: Me too”

A working Muslim lady? Who owns the income…

Written and Narrated by: Rabia Nazir Men and women have been created to run the cycle of life in harmony yet with diversity. While a Muslim woman has been freed from the obligation of breadwinning for the family, her core role is to strengthen the family ties; most importantly raising the off springs as goodContinue reading “A working Muslim lady? Who owns the income…”

Student movements, police crackdowns and Kang’s Human Acts.

Written and Narrated by: Huma Khan The mechanisms of coping with bereavement are complex in the most anticipated of situations and the effects of a death upon the living friends and family are often permanent. So in the context of death that is brutal, unnecessary and avoidable – acceptance and coping can become next toContinue reading “Student movements, police crackdowns and Kang’s Human Acts.”

World Suicide Prevention Day

  Written and Narrated by: Fozia Tahir Global issues are getting complex day by day. safeguarding peace, protecting human rights, establishing the framework for international justice, climate change, and refugee crises are some of the major challenges that the globe is facing at the moment. As time passes by the list is only growing andContinue reading “World Suicide Prevention Day”