Internet Censorship in Pakistan: Need for dialogue, framework and transparency

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Call to Action FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Farieha Aziz C.O.O. Bolo Bhi Email: farieha@bolobhi.org http://bolobhi.org   Internet Censorship in Pakistan: Need for dialogue, framework and transparency  Press Release On Sunday, May 20, 2012, the Ministry of Information Technology (MoIT) issued directives to the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) to instruct all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block […]

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Twitter Banned in Pakistan

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Once again, Internet users in Pakistan have been slapped with a ban. Early in the day on May 20, 2012, Twitter users in Pakistan started encountering problems logging into their Twitter accounts. At first, Twitter was mostly inaccessible through browsers but accessible through applications on phones. It varied from one ISP to another as well as mobile […]

Civil Society Calls for Action: Condemn Forced Marriage Threats & Infringing Right To Education

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For Immediate Release  Civil Society Calls for Action: Condemn Forced Marriage Threats & Infringing Right To Education Contact: Sana Saleem CEO – Bolo Bhi Email: sana@bolobhi.org KARACHI MAY 10: Bolo Bhi, a rights based organization for advocacy, policy and research has strongly condemned threats against women workers of NGOs by Maulvi Abdul Haleem, former member of […]

Open Letter Demanding the Release of Baba Jan Hunzai

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We endorse the Open Letter Demanding the Release of Baba Jan Hunzai and have issued letters to Ministry of Human Rights, Pakistan. All petition signatures and requests will be forwarded to Mr. Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar,  Advisor to the Prime Minister on Human Rights.  For the past 8 months Baba Jan Hunzai and four fellow activists have […]

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Seeking freedom: The Press in Pakistan

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  Presentations were staged at Aiwan-i-Sadr, on the occasion of Press Freedom Day, raising questions, about the status of our freedom. According to CPJ Pakistan has been the most dangerous place for journalists in the world, for two consecutive years. This year the UNSECO published a report saying Pakistan is the second most dangerous place. […]