The Perspective on Nature of Women Rights Violations in Pakistan

Fatima Gill, Ayaz Ahmed Chachar, Muhammad Bux Burdey


Human Rights are the growing theme of great interest for researchers in Pakistan very recently. Human Rights are defined and protected, wherever there is great difference in approaches, philosophies and operational strategies. This article explores the nature and dynamics of Women Rights violations in Pakistan. This is sub-theme of Human Rights. Women are highly vulnerable in some pockets of Pakistani society. Women are abused, tortured and killed by various excuses and pretexts of honour. The article is based on data from primary field interviews and secondary sources. The study encompasses data from Sindh and Punjab. It includes the focus how women are victims of fatal violence in our society.

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