The result of the dubious legal status of torture has been no accountability and no remedy.
There is urgent need for effective measures to support people to adapt to the effects of climate change and to reduce emissions.
Heavy surveillance is no match for years of unchecked sexual violence.
Scrutiny, protests, and swift police action are no guarantees of justice.
There is no political will to end torture.
Sri Lankan Muslims have faced forced evictions, smear campaigns and unlawful arrests.
People in detention are being dangerously exposed.
Environmental protections are being rolled back.
It’s time we start talking about climate change as a matter of life and death. Because it is.
Some unsolicited advice to men: smile, you’ll look prettier that way.
The demand for change gets the loudest when something terrible happens, but all that changes is seasons.
On death row since 2003, Khizar does not know why he is in jail.
A country that is seen to be regressive on gender can show a more progressive side.
Perhaps Nawaz’s time in jail could teach him the importance of better prison conditions.
Zulfiqar could have come home had the foreign ministry taken action.
The CII’s recent one-page ruling is confusing.
Unlike most Pakistani public spaces, you could see as many women as men at the funeral.
The ultimate British teen queen’s life is made more sterile in this ficitional telling
The first thing you notice about the death penalty is how much preparation is involved. In two years, Pakistan has...
Over a meal shared with unnamed associates, a middle-aged woman finds reason to revisit her life and times, exposing