Public Health

Karachi Nights

An Interview with Hasan Zaidi, the Director of The Long Night, Pakistan's First Digital Feature Film

Chicken Biryani

The thought of his mother waiting with the delicious biryani made him wish he could fly home.

Speaking up against Violence, Rahela's Story

Rahela was raped, mugged, and set on fire. She named her assailants before dying but four years later, the four men walk free. What is the point of the Violence Against Women and Children Act, if they aren't enforced?

Anarchy in the Ranks

Building Sustainable Mass Movements

Junglee Girl, Funny Boy

Novels by Ginu Kamani and Shyam Selvadurai

A Matter of Words

Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti's Bhezti causes an uproar in the Sikh community, pitting free speech against religious tolerance. But are blasphemy laws the answer?

A Note on Katrina

A collection of hurricane-related resources

Soft Power of Community Mobilization

In the face of terror in South Asia, from Kashmir to Sri Lanka, counter-terrorism takes new and ever-changing shape. Nimmi Gowrinathan explores the possibilities of community mobilization to protect against the dehumanizing impacts of terror in rural South Asia.

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