The spirit of tolerance must be part of the teaching experience.
Where can underprivileged children go for an education?
Our approach towards different languages is damaging.
The debate on language policy continues to defy logic.
Civilian governments have played a role in pushing us towards the abyss.
Imposing external models on a community can be disastrous.
Aid tightens the stranglehold of the aid-giver.
She may not be there anymore but she lives on in her students’ hearts.
Given past negligence, cleaning up Karachi is a daunting job.
There are serious issues of access and quality in education.
What steps are being taken to eliminate sectarian violence?
Hate messages are being replaced by images of beauty.
Parents are impressed by the ‘English argument’.
Why not tap the potential of a renewable source of power?
A library in Scotland is a reminder of women’s power.
The emphasis of ‘positive peace’ is on ensuring society’s security.
Parents want to educate their children, but in schools that function.
The challenge is to motivate people to sign donor cards.
A mother of eight describes solar energy as peace that shrouds her.
Even the MPI does not look into the quality of the services provided to the have-nots.