Explore the importance of preserving Pakistan's indigenous languages in safeguarding its rich cultural heritage and why they are crucial for maintaining cultural identity in a globalized society.
Why Pakistan's youth are migrating abroad—economic struggles, political unrest, education gaps, societal norms, and the allure of better opportunities.
The media blackout in Balochistan, revealing a systemic failure in journalistic principles. Baloch voices unheard, buried in silence.
Pakistan faces a significant challenge with approximately 25 million out of school children, particularly alarming in urban areas.
Minorities around the world: Emphasizing incidents of discrimination, violence, and the importance of promoting diversity and human rights.
Witnessing notable uptick in global price levels, resulting in a reduction in our purchasing power and a profound impact on consumer behavior.
Peel back the layers of sales manipulation in Pakistan's retail arena, and rally for a shopping experience rooted in integrity.
The neglected state of dentistry in Pakistan, where dentists face unemployment, inadequate resources, and the quackery challenge.
Pakistan's domestic workers endure abuse, lack legal protection, and need societal change.
Despite being the hub of the Chandio caste, the village's poor and needy have been ignored and forgotten by their own leaders and elected representatives.
The history of Labour Day is rooted in the exploitation of the working class, but it now celebrates their fight for better working conditions.
The growing crisis of intolerance in society, affecting everything from homes to politics, and way forward to the promotion of a culture of patience and tolerance.
Gender-based violence — a pervasive problem, perpetuated by societal biases against women and reinforced by the language we use to discuss it.
The dilemma of Pakistan's conservative society, fearful of the feminist uprising, and — the quest for women's empowerment in the lower rungs of patriarchy.
The malaise of child abuse is well-established inside the culture of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Women's rights movements in Pakistan, such as Aurat Azadi March, face backlash due to the perception that empowerment is a western idea.
The government must provide employment opportunities and raise social awareness about child rights to address the of issue of child labor in Pakistan.
While Pakistan’s crippling inflation has made it impossible for people to live happy and healthy lives, there are young people who are dedicated to helping deserving people cope with the…
The colonized history of Pakistan has made it more West-oriented in terms of its culture, its policies, and its way forward.
If we simply grant the trans community human rights and treat them as human beings, there is no need to offer them transgender rights
Pakistan is facing a hurdle in achieving the SDGs, which has a serious effect on sustainable development.
When the poor get some opportunity they improve it with time and diversify their source of income, their children get the education and migrate to cities and send income back…
Humans aren’t perfect anyway, errors will be there but our job is to try to reduce them as much as possible.