The Public Interest Law Association of Pakistan would like to clarify that we are a completely apolitical organization and we have not endorsed any political entity for the upcoming elections. Our recent analysis of the manifestos of certain political entities is only focused on their stand regarding public interest issues.
At PILAP, we prepared a comparative sheet of leading parties and an independent candidate contesting elections 2018 who have published Manifestos for Election 2018. At PILAP, we tried to assess their interest, mission, plan and measures to address issues of Public Interest, like Education, Health, Water, Energy and access to Justice.
WHEN laws are created solely to present a façade of modernity instead of providing any benefit to ordinary citizens, we build, by design, a fake and spurious society with a glossy veneer and a hollow inside. Pakistan’s Right to Information laws represent the finest example of this choreographed duplicity. The
Asma Jahangir – A Champion of Champions of Democracy & Human Rights. Pakistan has today lost one of its bravest and most courageous leaders. No other person of her fraternity has stood for the Human rights and challenged the bigotry of institutional corruption, political nepotism, use of religion
While the cold Quetta wind gushed to Karachi this week to bring temperatures down, there were in parallel heated discussions taking place at the Karachi Registry of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Supreme Court ordered the Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah along with ex-Mayor Karachi Mr.
The 6th Census 2017 has had great hurdles in a number of area. We at PILAP had appealed under the Right to Information Act to ensure the Census was undertaken with all aspects and measures in-place to ensure accuracy. We also appealed regarding the Delay in Results of the Census