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Girls’ Education During Pandemic

Girls’ Education During Pandemic

Zainab Zafar Pakistan already sits in a standstill with eradicating its illiteracy rates, with the ongoing pandemic the socioeconomic barriers towards curbing the problem have only widened. Girls in particular were at the short end of the stick. With 22.8 million...

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Citizens’ tracking of Right to Education

Citizens’ tracking of Right to Education

The 18 the Constitutional Amendment made Right to Education a justiciable fundamental right with the following pledge; ‘The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years in such manner as may be determined by...

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Time to Transform Education

Time to Transform Education

CW-Report Making sure all girls are finishing secondary education by 2030 could boost the gross domestic product (GDP) of developing countries by 10% on average over the next decade, says a report by Plan International. It says ‘every single dollar ($1) spent on...

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The State of Democracy: Why We Stand Where We Stand?

The State of Democracy: Why We Stand Where We Stand?

Let me begin by making a few things plain about ethos, values, spirit and the foundational ideas that define modern day democracy. In everything it represents and stands for, the man, the people, the community and society have the right to rule themselves—to be...

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State of Democracy in Pakistan

State of Democracy in Pakistan

The students of Pakistan’s political history have always confronted a disturbing question as to why a country that owes its independence to political and legal parleys and about which it was believed without an iota of doubt that it would emerge as a strong...

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Communicating Though Cartoons

Civic Thought