Frequent policy changes by the government have not helped Pakistani manufacturers.
Students are brilliant at learning but can’t connect this with the world they live in.
The state and society have been indifferent to the plight of the majority of our children.
"Our reluctance to honestly examine the experience of aging and dying has increased the harm we inflict on...
Do children become better human beings by studying religion as a compulsory subject?
The fact that we need to change the way we use water has not fully sunk in.
THOUGH inequalities, across countries as well as within them, are large, on average people living today are much...
Is creating a feeling of profound insecurity in a community not the definition of terror?
The ineffectiveness of the regulatory structures is evident to all.
The problem worsens when society starts expecting a certain level of dishonesty.
There is a stronger desire to show that the laws apply to others, and not to us.
Those who do not play by the rules end up creating a trust deficit.
CANCER is still a dreaded word, a disease most of us fear and one which many among our friends and acquaintances ...
Do the poor matter or not? The answer in Pakistan seems to be that they do not.
The ambiguity surrounding the methods and aims of the PTI and PAT is not a trivial issue.
The social, political and economic space for minority communities seems to be narrowing all the time.
The space for disagreement with regressive thoughts has become narrower.
Politics is not the space for absolutist beliefs of a fundamental nature.
There is substantial circumstantial evidence to justify focus on the issue of inequality in education.
Rafe Esquith has taught elementary school children in a public school in Los Angeles for the last three decades. And...