Courts often align with majoritarian religious sentiments.
Afiya S. Zia
Why do South Asian states cling to anti-democratic laws?
Gender-based abuse has become a virtual form of violence.
Simple outrage will echo aimlessly.
‘Honour’ crimes are not crimes of passion.
There are no structural changes — just deflection and pious talk.
We need to widen the canvas of cultural narratives and constantly engage in critical feminist appraisals of productions.
Vulnerable bodies serve as a battleground for men’s wars.
The only hope is elected representatives.
The trouble with populism is that it is intoxicating.
Ehsas’s claim doesn’t square with the PTI’s performance.
Social media is guided more by randomness than democratic norms.
Rebutting the falsity of rumours is not easy.
Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.
The majority of Pakistanis vote to survive.
When it comes to gender, new tensions arise.
Three years after APS, we have learned no lessons.
Can social justice and capital enterprise be hybridised?
The stakes in harassment cases are high.
Elitism has become a commodity in itself.