An independent professional. Her work background includes journalism, research, advocacy, and political communications. She has studied Economics and International Communications, and has worked with a number of organizations including PILER, SHRC, The News, and Parliamentarian Sherry Rehman. Details of her published work are available at: https://independent.academia.edu/ZeeniaShaukat
Why is sanitation work reserved for non-Muslim minorities?
Since 2015, people in Karachi have become more aware about how to tackle heatwave
Political parties are beginning to become more accommodating to women’s inclusion in the parties
In its 10 years, BISP has constantly evolved to help the poor both on programme design and the delivery front. Why then is there so much talk...
As a political worker, Latif Mughal believed firmly in workers’ solidarity, tolerance for disagreement and much more
Dr Riaz Ahmed of the Karachi University may have been released on bail but this is merely the beginning of an arduous legal course as the ridiculous...
Restrictions against NGOs are specific to certain areas -- both geographical and ideological
Yasmeen Lari believes the sensibilities of the people and their cultural roots should be taken into account in designing a house for them
Drawing lessons from Perween Rahman’s case
Arif Hasan, architect, planner, social activist, points to social and political changes taking place in Pakistan and why the state does not consider...