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CHRJ visits UNHCR, Islamabad Office
CHRJ visits UNHCR, Islamabad Office

Thursday, June 07, 2018

In a meeting with CHRJ, Mr. Tauseef Ullah, Legal Associate at UNHCR, said UNHCR is building on the initiative of establishment of stronger partnerships with academia. He stressed that it is crucial to strategize such partnerships between UNHCR and the academia, which would not only be long term but...

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CHRJ visits International Labor Organization (ILO), Islamabad office
CHRJ visits International Labor Organization (ILO), Islamabad office

Thursday, June 07, 2018

In a meeting with Mr. Saghir Bukhari and Mr. Abid Niaz Khan from the ILO, Islamabad office, CHRJ explored the opportunities of collaboration between ILO and CHRJ for conducting research on labor standards and implementation of labor laws in Pakistan.  Ms. Amna Rashid (Director CHRJ), Mr. Umar ...

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Representative of UNHCR visits CHRJ
Representative of UNHCR visits CHRJ

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Mr. Waseem ur Rahman, Legal Associate at UNHCR explaining the objectives of the meeting said that UNHCR is now looking for possible opportunities for further collaboration between Academia and UNHCR. Ms. Amna Rashid (Director CHRJ), Mr. Umar Rashid (Faculty Advisor) and Mr. Muhammad Sakheer iqbal A...

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CHRJ starts Know Your Rights Campaign
CHRJ starts Know Your Rights Campaign

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

We are pleased to announce that Center for Human Rights and Justice (CHRJ) is launching its “Know Your Rights Campaign” initially at UMT. During the campaign, we aim to spread awareness relating to Fundamental Human Rights, including Women Rights, Rights of Child, Labor Rights...

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Delegation of Digital Rights Foundation visits CHRJ
Delegation of Digital Rights Foundation visits CHRJ

Monday, April 16, 2018

CHRJ team in leadership of Ms. Amna Rashid, Director CHRJ met the delegation of Digital Rights Foundation (DRF) led by Ms. Seerat Khan, Advocacy Manager along with Senior Research Fellow Barrister Jannat Ali Kalyar. During the discussion, DRF presented their aims and objectives and elaborated the i...

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Membership of American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL)
Membership of American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL)

Thursday, February 08, 2018

CHRJ is now a proud member of American Society of Comparative Law (ASCL). ASCL is a leading organization in the United States promoting comparative research in law. Founded in 1951, it is a thriving organization of more than 100 institutional sponsor members, both in the United States and abro...

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International Conference on Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion
International Conference on Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Balochistan University of Information and Technology Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS) in collaboration with UNHCR Pakistan hosted a two days International Conference on Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion, December 19-20, 2017. The conference had a comprehensive agenda, includin...

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A Seminar on Road to Courage organized by Center for Human Rights and Justice (CHRJ)
A Seminar on Road to Courage organized by Center for Human Rights and Justice (CHRJ)

Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Center for Human Rights and Justice (CHRJ) with the Collaboration of OPA and Gal’s Zone organized the seminar “Road to Courage: An Interactive Session with Khadijah Siddiqui” on November 7, 2017. Khadijah Siddiqui is a young law student who was stabbed 23 times in 2016 by Shah Hus...

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Representatives of UNHCR Visit CHRJ
Representatives of UNHCR Visit CHRJ

Friday, October 06, 2017

Representatives from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) visited Center for Human Rights and Justice (CHRJ) on 5th October 2017. At present, with a refugee population nearing 1.5 million Pakistan is the host to world’s second largest refugee population. UNHCR is the UN ...

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