Pakistan called upon to pressure Taliban to ensure respect for women’s rights.
Calls for "gender apartheid" to be declared a crime against humanity.
Pakistani cities can learn a lot from Kathmandu to make public spaces safer for women.
"No political leader, whether that's Imran Khan or Nawaz Sharif or Bilawal Bhutto, has the right to insult women."
The impact of climate-induced catastrophes doubles on Pakistani women as they are left out of decision-making policies.
Refute reports that they were against working of NGOs, particularly their women staffers, in the region.
Many women have turned to using pills to postpone their menstrual cycles.
Prison authorities refuse to transfer Narges, who suffers from heart and lung conditions, to a hospital outside Evin, her family says.
“Victory is not easy, but it is certain,” imprisoned women’s rights activist Narges Mohammadi says.
Aurat Foundation organises seminar to reduce violence, highlight women rights.
Lubna says seeing women running businesses has created a change. Her daughter looks up to her and says she wants to run a shop as well after finishing her education.
If PML-N fails to embrace change, even in 2023, they will completely fail their female support base.
Civil society activists face legal proceedings, jail sentences, travel bans and threats for cooperating with UN’s rights mechanism, UN report says.
Barrister Khadija Shah says passport office arbitrarily rejected her application for passport renewal as it had father's name, not husband's.
My mom's story is a metaphor, and it represents the apartheid and discrimination that girls face at larger levels in society.
There was an undeniable sense of relief, and subsequent pleasure, that I derived from knowing that a part of my lived experiences were inscribed on placards and posters for the world to witness.
This isn't Pakistan's first attempt at a women-only bus service. Will it be different this time?
I’m advocating here for something very ordinary — to take the worst possible fallen woman this society hates to the core, and refuse to believe she deserves harm.
The Aurat Marches have brought forth an entirely young leadership and a rude breaking of the silence on sexuality. But what next?
Passing inheritance down through men is an old practice. Though the law ensures women's right to inherit, old habits die hard.
As per guidelines issued by the Saudi Haj ministry for domestic pilgrims, women can register along with other women.
"An adult woman has the right to choose where to live," says a new legal amendment by Saudi judicial authorities.
Directive comes two days after similar orders were issued by a local court in Peshawar.
Having legislation is critical but it is one half of the battle.
Women lawyers, women activists and women police officers were conspicuous by their absence on the channels.
The debate around the march has been polarising: patriarchy vs feminism, values vs rights.
March 8 is the one day in 365 where women take to the streets. They're definitely being heard.
Members of religious group disrupt Aurat March in Islamabad, situation brought under control by police.
The state has absolved itself of the responsibility to enforce laws that protect women from violence.
The walk was organised by Waak Control, a movement started by some women rights activists.