Monthly Archives: December 2017


Young Girls Got a Chance to Meet Policy Makers

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Young girls from Lahore got a chance to know about pro women laws directly from policy makers. Bedari organized one day exposure visit for young girls in Lahore under Building Child Marriage Free Communities.The delegation of young girls met Dr. Nosheen Hamid (Member Punjab Assembly) along with Bedari Team. Dr. Nosheen Hamid briefed the girls in  detail about pro women laws focusing on Child Marriage Law. Child Marriage bill when presented initially had been strongly opposed […]

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Girls play cricket to end the notion of Gender division

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“The participation of women and girls in healthy activities challenges gender stereotypes and discrimination, and therefore is a vehicle to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls”, said by the principle of Govt. Girl’s High School, District Vehari during the concluding ceremony of the cricket match among girls at this school. It is observed that, Girls who play sports are more confident, do better academically and are at less risk of diseases […]

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Police Officials were trained by Bedari on Child Marriage law

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Bedari team organized full day training with Police officials on Child Marriage law at Police Headquarter, Lahore. The training aimed at raising the sensitivity of police officials on child marriage law, highlighting their role as police officials and discussing the challenges police faces while addressing such case. 87 police officials attended the training. According to Punjab’s law the minimum age for girl to be married is 16 years while for boy its 18 years, which itself […]

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Bedari in collaboration with partners held a successful “Dialogue between Parliamentarians and Civil Society on the status of Women Protection Laws”

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Bedari organized a dialogue between Parliamentarians (Women caucus) and Civil Society to address the issue of Child Marriage and engaging girls in educational and productive activities. It was conducted with collaboration of Oxfam, Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Services and Women’s Parliamentary Caucus. This event was to mark International 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence Campaign. There was participation of Two Groups: Members from Civil Society Parliamentarians  The focus of the gathering was majorly on the following issues: Flaws in Child marriage […]

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