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An Overview of Laws Protecting Children in Pakistan

Abira Ishfaq in her presentation reviews child protection laws that seek to prevent exploitative child labour and violence against children, enable their constitutional right to education and shield them in the criminal justice system. She points out  that child protection, in general, can also be enhanced if laws prohibiting child labor and marriage and making education compulsory are implemented effectively…

Tips for Digital Safety

Digital safety for children refers to the precautions and measures taken to ensure that children are safe when using digital technology such as the internet, social media, and online gaming platforms. It involves protecting children from online threats such as cyberbullying, inappropriate content, online predators, and identity theft. Learn how…

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