Social media companies are waging a war against incitement and hate speech in the West, but what about the Global South?
Over the past year, there was a noticeable increase in attacks on freedom of expression and human rights in Pakistan.
Over the past few months, Pakistan has witnessed a growing trend of women speaking up publicly about sexual harassment.
Pakistan’s iconic human rights defender may be gone, but her legacy will live in each and every one of us.
Pakistan government and military have allowed religious hardliners to win a case in favour of bigotry.
Why Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy’s tweet reporting harassment against her sister caused such a vicious online backlash.
The online war against the abducted four bloggers and an activist in Pakistan continues.
It is an established truth that Pakistan is not good to its citizens who do not practise mainstream faith.
Irrespective of whether offline violence affects the online or vice versa, both mirror and strengthen each other.
Christians are not only “soft targets” for the militancy, but also victims of socioeconomic and political exclusion.