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Promoting Women’s Rights in Immigrant Populations: NGOs’ Best Practices for Muslim Women in Athens 

Promoting Women’s Rights in Immigrant Populations: NGOs’ Best Practices for Muslim Women in Athens Artinopoulou Vasso and Michael Iro Abstract Working for the promotion of women‟s rights is based on the “Beijing Platform for Action.” Research and prevention policies against women‟s discrimination as well as confronting the violence against women are generally recommended, but there are […]

An Analysis of Existing Complaint Mechanism According to CRC (for juveniles inside three Correctional Facilities of the Punjab Province)

An Analysis of Existing Complaint Mechanism According to CRC (for juveniles inside three Correctional Facilities of the Punjab Province) Sarwat Inayat Mirza Abstract A research study was carried out with a group of 700 juveniles and parents (300 juveniles and 400 parents).The sample was selected from District jail Lahore, Borstal Institute Faisalabad and Central jail Sahiwal to […]

Human Rights-Friendly Policing—A Paradigm Shift in Pakistan, A Case of KPk Police

Human Rights-Friendly Policing—A Paradigm Shift in Pakistan, A Case of KPk Police Fasihuddin (PSP), Basharat Hussain and Imran Ahmad Sajid Abstract Policing and human rights is a relatively new subject of interest for sociologists, criminologists, criminal justice practitioners and human rights activists. To many, human rights and policing seem to be completely different fields of interest, with the […]

Human Rights: An Islamic Perspective

Human Rights: An Islamic Perspective Fakhr-ul-Islam Abstract The concept of Human Rights has become something of a catch phrase in the contemporary world. A considerable amount of legislation was observed in after the Second World War, both at the International and State levels. There are no two opinions about the guarantee of Human Rights to citizens […]

Comments from the Guest Editor–John Winterdyk

Comments from the Guest Editor–John Winterdyk Introduction Arguably, since the signing of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights in 1948 not only has much been written about human rights but it has also been fraught with controversy. Most of the controversy revolves around the fact that while human rights espouses to be non-ideological and […]