Online Safety for All starts with All of Us

We are happy to share pictures – whether of holidays, celebrations and private moments – directly with each other. That’s beautiful and connects us. However, once online, this personal data is available worldwide and indefinitely. And that can have unforeseen consequences. Which one is described using the example of Ella. In order to prevent abuse, we are all called upon.…

Missing minor girl found dead in Kotri

DADU: An eight-year old girl, who had gone missing since evening a day before, was found dead in a desolate place in Kotri Site area on 8 April 2024. Father of the victim, Liaqat Ali Hazara, said that his daughter had left home in Mahmood Shah Colony in Kotri Site…

Man, two children found with slit throats in ICT

ISLAMABAD: Unidentified persons slit the throat of a man and his two minor children in front of their house in the capital on 8 April 2024, police said. The injured were residents of Ghori Town and identified as Sheron Masih, an accountant by profession, and his seven year-old son and…
case of rape and murder

Cleric on remand in another child abuse case

LAHORE: The Lahore police on 8 April 2024 obtained four-day physical remand of cleric Abubakar Muaviya in another child rape case lodged with the Shahdara Police Station. Police shifted the suspect to the police station for interrogation in the new child abuse case. An official said police claimed that the…

End Child Marriage

This poignant animation delves into the critical issue of child marriage, revealing its detrimental impact on a girl’s access to education, economic freedom, and long-term potential. Witness the narrative that challenges this practice and advocates for the empowerment of girls’ futures. Let’s unite to turn the tide against child marriage!…

Human Rights Explained In a Two Minute Animation

“Human Rights Explained In a Two Minute Animation” is a concise and engaging video that explores the significance of human rights in society. Through an animated format, the video effectively communicates the importance of upholding human rights principles and the positive impact they have on individuals and communities. The video’s…

End Child Domestic Labour

This video sheds light on the stark reality of child labor, illustrating how premature employment robs children not only of their right to education but also the joys of their formative years. Join us in a collective commitment to protect the innocence of childhood and eradicate the exploitation of children.…

Report notes use of AI for violence against females

LAHORE: A report has found a surge in the technology-facilitated gender based violence (TFGBV) in Pakistan in 2023 with nearly 2,500 cases reported in the year with significant rise of such complaints by women and marginalised groups, including girls. The year saw another alarming trend, i.e. the use of generative…

13,000 non-performing schools to be given to NGOs in Punjab

In the name of bringing reforms, the Maryam Nawaz-led provincial government is going to hand over 13,000 non-performing public schools of the province to non-government organisations (NGOs), Dawn learnt on 3rd April 2024. The chief minister presided over a meeting to review the School Education Reforms Programme and decided to…

Boy observing Aitekaf ‘raped’

MUZAFFARGARH: A 13-year-old boy was allegedly raped by a man during Aitekaf at a mosque at Sanawan Bukhi Chowk. Reports said the boy observing Aitekaf was allegedly raped by a man who was also on Aitekaf. The suspect managed to escape while the Imam Masjid said he was threatening him…

Minor tortured to death over trifle

SAHIWAL: A nine-year-old child was tortured to death by his neighbours over a minor dispute at Chak 40/12-L, Chichawatni tehsil. Nasir, the son of Imran, was playing with a child of his neighbours, identified as Bilal, son of Muhammad Rafaqat, in the street on March 31. The children exchange harsh…
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