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Venkat Rao Pulla, Maliha Gul Tarar, & Mrs. Amber Ali - Space and Culture, India25 Mar 2018

This paper is about child protection issues in Pakistan, one of the South Asian countries in the Indian sub-continent.

UNICEF7 Mar 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Chief of Child Protection in Pakistan. 

UNICEF3 Jan 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Officer in Karachi, Pakistan. 

UNICEF3 Jan 2018

UNICEF is seeking a Child Protection Officer in Pakistan. 

Hammad Asif - The Express Tribune8 Jul 2017

The approved Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Child Protection Bill 2017 by the National Assembly Standing Committee on Human Rights, which safeguards minors from violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect in compliance with constitutional provisions and international obligations, is a step forward in the right direction - but student Hammad Asif expresses lingering concerns about reporting incidents of child abuse and neglect. 

Riazul Haq - The Express Tribune5 Jul 2017

The National Assembly's rights panel in Pakistan passed two bills to strengthen protective measures for children: The Islamabad Capital Territory Child Protection Bill 2017, which ensures the protection and care of all children, including unattended orphans; and the Juvenile Justice System Bill 2017, which aims to make special provisions for the legal protection of children. 

Myra Imran -- The International News17 Nov 2016

This article from The International News reports Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan plans to institute child protection laws soon.

Daily Times20 Oct 2016

This article from the Daily Times reports that Child Protection and Welfare Bureau (CPWB) during its "anti-begging crackdown," raided several areas in Lahore and took approximately 25 children into custody.

Sana Samad - The Nation27 Sep 2016

In this article from Pakistan, The Nation reports on children living on the streets.  The article states that the Society for Empowering Human Resources reports that there are 15,000 children living on the streets in Quetta.

Human Rights Watch31 Aug 2016

Human Rights Watch has extensively documented human rights violations relating to attacks on education, women and girls’ rights, the situation of Afghan refugees and asylum seekers, child labor, and the judicial execution and ill-treatment of child offenders. This submission proposes issues and questions that Committee members may wish to raise with the government.