Child Rights

Almost half of Pakistan’s population is made up of children

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Another education emergency

An education emergency has been imposed by the federal government to stem and cure the rot of 26.2 million out-of-school children (OOSC),

PTMs and parental involvement

In the educational trinity — teachers, parents and students — which regulates parents-teachers meetings (PTMs), the second is parents (first one discussed

Child marriages: LHC Judgement

THE recent judgement of the Lahore High Court in ‘Azka Wahid vs Province of Punjab’ has declared the arbitrary distinction in the

Student councils elect officials in Punjab

LAHORE: School students across Punjab elected their 61,212 Student Council office-bearers on 16 May 2024. Around 3.47 million students cast their votes to elect respective presidents, vice-presidents, general secretaries and class representatives in 15,303 middle and high schools, both for boys and girls. Long queues of students were observed outside polling booths since early morning. Students were excited about casting votes in a rare experience in their lives. Results were later announced in front of jubilant crowds who were eagerly

Child Rights in Pakistan

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