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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...

How fake accounts affect the lives of real people

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This blog has been written by Jalila Haider, Member of  DRF's Network of Women Journalists for Digital Rights. How does it really feel when you wake...

On plagiarism in journalism

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I am not too sure about what my take would be on plagiarism — an issue that has been plaguing the world of journalism...

Harassment of journalists: a continuing and worrying trend

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Pakistan is one the most dangerous countries for journalists and when we talk about women journalists, they are faced with additional risks and threats...

Bodies as Archives: The Weight of Living in a Woman’s Body

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By Maryam Ahmad Kiyani There are 7.9 billion bodies in the world right now. I see that as 7.9 billion archives. To put it simply,...

: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...

خواتین صحافیوں کی آن لائن ہراسانی (سائبر بُلنگ)

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By Mahnoor Qureshi یہ عورت دو نمبر ہے۔ لڑکی ہاتھ سے نکل گئی ہے، آوارہ عورت ہے،  یہ جملے ہم میں سے شاید ہی...

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...

Cyberfeminism: Going beyond the veil

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By Ambreen Shabbir When Lina Ben Mhenni, a Tunisian blogger, tweeted about the riots in her country in 2011, little did she know that...

پی ٹی آئ ڈیجیٹل پالیسی: ڈیجیٹل آزادی اور سیکورٹی کا ذکر کرنے میں ناکامی

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پاکستان میں جمہوریت کے تسلسل میں ایک اہم قدم اس سال بلکہ اس مہینے ہونے والے عام انتخابات ہیں۔ سبھی سیاسی جماعتیں اپنے منشور،...

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