Kashif Nawab

Kashif Nawab is a freelance journalist; writes for The News on Sunday, Pakistan Today, Agenzia FIDES, Italy, News Lens and the Minority View, UK. He mainly writes articles on the issues og human rights and democracy, women and children, and the current situation of religious minorities in Pakistan. He is also a human rights activist heading Social Action Transformation for Humanity – SATH Pakistan.

Stories:

Minorities seek control of own affairs

In Pakistan, the laid out procedure set by the government to grant […]

Risks to minorities’ journalists manifold

Zeeshan Yaqub, a Peshawar-based journalist, describes his profession as being the “ears […]

State of Pakistan’s human rights in 2020

Pakistan’s ranking with regards to fundamental rights stands at 115 out of […]

Child rights’ conventions remain unfulfilled

Pakistan continues to paint a dismal picture with regards to the rights […]

Peshawar’s sole Christian college mired in controversy

Peshawar’s iconic Edwardes College was initially founded as a high school by […]

Lahore’s Christian localities await ‘change’

Stretching over two kilometres along Ferozepur Road with a population of about […]

‘Shaping Peace Together’

The International Day of Peace is observed on September 21 each year. […]

Minorities see way out as Punjab sets education quota

Pakistan’s marginalised minorities have welcomed the Punjab government’s recent approval of a […]

Nadeem Joseph’s family awaits justice

Nadeem Joseph died after being shot injured along with some family members […]