DigiMAP Calls for End to Digital Attacks on Women Journalists

On August 12, 2020, dozens of women journalists of Pakistan signed a joint public statement protesting the restrictive and intimidating conditions, especially in the digital domain, aimed at their professional work through coordinated serial harassment and trolling by their detractors. One year on today, their challenges have not been addressed by the government authorities that allow attacks against women in media nor have the conditions improved.  

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The Dream of e-Governance in Pakistan

The way power is exercised through a country’s economic, political, and social institutions comprise strategies, actions and processes through which citizens and institutions meet their obligations and talk over their differences. E-governance is an important step in the evolutionary process towards this end. Electronic means are employed in mutual interaction of government & citizens and government & businesses, as well as in internal functioning of government offices.

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Inequality Amid COVID-19: Dilemma of which one should get and which be left to die

Dickens calls the writers the “Earthly Gods” as they are to decide one’s fate over the piece of paper but who could think of someone deciding the matter of life, ironically not by the pen but by injection instead.

As of now, one doesn’t see doctors responsible any longer since the vaccine itself is freed to get along with one of the either: a scrap of paper, circulating on social media with noble laureate narrating the story (fabricated or true) that vaccinated people will die within two years, or along with what really vaccine is invented for.

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