Research & Publications

Bricked By Bricks

Plight of Brick Kiln Workers BRICKED BY BRICKS A Survey of 324 Brick Kilns in Eight Districts of Punjab to Assess Compliance with National Labor Laws and International Labor Conventions Covered by GSP Plus

Living in fear Pakistan’s Unequal Citizens

Living in fear Pakistan’s unequal citizens. A report on faith based prejudices and discrimination 2014-15 English Version

 Preliminary Findings of Governance & Disaster study in Pakistan 2005 – 2015

This report presents a summary of the preliminary findings of the prefocus group opinions on statements and focus group discussions held by Pattan Development Organisation in various districts as part of the governance and disaster study. It presents the opinions of various stakeholders having substantial experience in disaster management in their respective regions. A section discussing the methodology follows this section, presenting details on how the FGD was conducted followed by a section presenting the findings of the research. The findings section also incorporates visual presentation of responses within all the statements.

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Beyond Bondage

Beyond Bondage
The Bhatta Mazdoor Tehrik Punjab 2013-14
Labour Qaumi Movement’s Struggle for Rights

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Empowering women through cell phone usages Prompt complaint alert method

A tiny hand set called cell phone is a miracle device. It has helped to mobilise millions in order to overthrow dictators and to spread news promptly. But it has not been used effectively to make officials accountable in a collective way in so called circumstances. Its ownership too is lopsided…

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Gender Governance Performance Scorecard Report – III

Good governance is not just rule of law; it is also making rules and policies by involving citizenry esses and structures in the procof decision making…
 
Preliminary Findings of Governance & Disaster study in Pakistan 2005 – 2015

A BASELINE SURVEY TO MEASURE GENDER DISPARITIES IN FLOOD AFFECTED AREAS OF PAKISTAN 2012

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” Martin Luther King, Jr.