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Investigative journalism in the digital era

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A very thought-provoking question arose during Digital Rights Foundation’s workshop on ‘investigative journalism in the digital era’, which was held in Quetta in October...

:سیاسی منظرنامہ ، عوامی آگاہی اور ہماری ذمہ داریاں

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سیاست کے حوالے سے یوں بھی کہا جاتا ہے کہ اس میں دوست مستقل ہوتے ہیں اور نہ ہی دشمن بلکہ کسی بھی وقت...

Ethical journalism, investigative reporting and digital rights

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Two Washington Post reporters, Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, played a major role in bringing down President Richard Nixon, who resigned in August 1974,...

Cyber bullying: Senior Journalist, Saleem Safi, under attack on social media

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Metro Creative Graphics On 25th August 2018, a renowned journalist, analyst and anchorperson Saleem Safi said in an interview on a private TV Channel that...

Surviving trolls and emotional distress

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Here’s some unsolicited advice in the age of social media: “Don’t feed the trolls.” “Stay low.” “Ignore.”   Like most unsolicited advice, this too is ineffective. In Pakistan, trolling is...

Women, public spaces and Aurat March!

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THIS BLOG HAS BEEN WRITTEN BY BUSHRA IQBAL , MEMBER OF  DRF’S NETWORK OF WOMEN JOURNALISTS FOR DIGITAL RIGHTS. I was to catch a bus...

Women, Woes, and Wonders: The Rise of Pakistani Feminist Digital Art on Instagram

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By Areej Akhtar Credits: Top, left to right, Shehzil Malik, Maliha Abidi, Areeba Siddique  Bottom, left to right, Samya Arif and Sabika Abbas, Emil Hasnain, Isma...

The Vilification of Female Friendships

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By Sabah Bano Malik A few months ago, in a discussion during a fiction writing class, my fellow writers and I were examining a novel...

Online sexism is killing me

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Online sexism is a thing. A deplorable monster that we created at one point in time; but should do away with now, before it...

Striking a balance: Freedom of expression vs hate speech

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Social media is a relatively new concept in the world of politics. Earlier political party candidates went door to door to distribute pamphlets, held...

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