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| Term Paper | Status of Human rights in Pakistan | | | |

AUTHORS: Ali Faraz 12l-4087 Ahmad Ali 12l-4105 Junaid Nadeem 12l-4212 | Muhammad Abdullah 12l-4084

Table of Contents Introduction 5 Brief History of Human Rights: 5 Human Rights in Pakistan: 6 Purpose: 6 Children’s Rights: 8 Definition of children rights 8 History of Children’s Right Movement: 9 Children’s Right in Pakistan: 9 General observations on the situation of children in Pakistan: 9 Children in Army: 9 Children refugee: 9 Discrimination: 10 Trafficking of children: 10 'Honor ' related crimes to children: 11 Inadequate education provision: 11 Child labor: 12 Labor Rights: 12 Contract of Employment: 14 Termination of the Contract: 14 Working Time and Rest Time: 14 Paid Leave: 15 Women’s rights 17 Literal meaning 17 Islamic Point of View 17 Women 's rights in Pakistan 18 Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Government: 19 Zia-ul-haq 's military regime: 19 Benazir Bhutto Government: 20 Nawaz Sharif Government 20 Pervez Musharraf 's regime 21 President Asif Zardari 21 Investigations and Reports 22 Conclusion 22 Citizen 's Rights 23 Civil rights 23 Security of person: 24 Safeguards as to arrest and detention: 24 Right to fair trial: 25 Freedom of movement: 25 Equality of citizens 25 Political rights 26 Freedom of assembly: 26 Freedom of association: 26 Recent scenario: 27 Other Rights 28 Inheritance Rights: 28 Introduction: 28 IN THE CONSTITUTION OF 1973 29 Condition of Inheritance in past 29 Condition of rights of Inheritance at present 30 Expected condition of rights of inheritance in future 30 Right to Education: 31 PAST CONDITION OF EDUCATION: 31 PRESENT CONDITION OF EDUCATION: 32 FOR THE BETTERMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM: 32 FUTURE CONDITION OF EDUCATION: 33



References: footnotes ^President Zardari signs bill to establish human rights commission, The News International, May 31, 2012 ^ "Fighting for rights: Hindu Marriage Act might be ready in two months". The Express Tribune. 2011-11-13. ^ "Divorce remains sticking point in Hindu Marriage Act". The Express Tribune. 2011-10-12. ^ a b "Hindus in Pak protest for Hindu Marriage Registration Act". Jagran Post. 2012-03-30. ^ "Pakistan asks Hindus to quit military area". Rediff.com. November 07, 2003 ^ Reddy, B

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