My recurring stomach issues got me thinking that there are serious problems with the food available on the market. Whenever I’ve had the chance to eat out, the usual after [...]
I believe that cultural patterns of ‘woman’s work’ are changing and that this change is having a marked effect on the economy itself. While researching this, I talked to two [...]
In Pakistan, there are not enough jobs around to fulfill the needs of the people. Add to this the fact that the current job system is economically unsatisfactory for [...]
Tom raised some very pertinent questions about the economic crisis and how it affects developed and developing nations alike. One of my friends, Kazim Ali, currently living in Indonesia, has [...]
I think that every theory and system comes with its own set of positives and negatives, so there’s always a need to balance factors to sustain the policies induced from [...]
I would like to argue that peace is possible between individuals and societies. If, that is, we learn to accept that various perspectives are acceptable and possible and allow others [...]
The “rollback” of democracies has always been a part of history ever since the concept was conceived. However, there have been both successful and unsuccessful attempts to sustain democratic processes [...]
One of the arguments in the Learning Our Lesson article is that private institutions do not take responsibility for the welfare of society although they are a part of it. All blame and [...]
This video is part of a project that my students undertook in my supervision. It peeps into the living condition of people from different strata of society in Pakistan, and deliberates as to what measures can be taken, by whom, to reduce poverty?
This video is part of a project that my students undertook in my supervision. It gathers viewpoints from different members of Pakistani society on the future of Higher Education in Pakistan and the response of the people in reaction to different issues arising in the education system.