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Job Title
Deputy Director (Law Officer)
Federal Ministry Of Human Rights Islamabad Pakistan
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Communication, Human Rights, Labor, Peace
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I am working as a human right activist / defender for 11 years. I worked as a human rights Lawyer with different International and National organization and provide legal advice and legal assistance.I was working as a Human Rights Lawyer (Advocate) of Pakistan. As a human rights lawyer I investigated, evaluated, and defended the people in different litigation involving in torture and abuse cases. I spent numerous hours to examining the facts of the cases; studying human rights laws, both domestic and international; and interviewing clients and witnesses. I also solicited and used media attention to promote awareness of human rights laws and violations. I am working with Helpline 1099 for legal advice on human rights violations Ministry of Human Rights.The main objective of the Helpline is to provide quick relief through legal advice and rescue the victims of human rights violations through police and other agencies, and strengthening necessary institutional mechanisms for protection and promotion of human rights as enshrined in the Constitution of Pakistan, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the international Human Rights Conventions and Covenants ratified by the Government of Pakistan and to promote a culture of mutual respect, tolerance, gender equality awareness of rights in an inclusive society.
This network are very useful for human rights activist/ defender to enhance their efforts for accountability and combat impunity.By participating or as a member of this network, I will learn new techniques of research and work together with peace researcher to map the methods used and challenges faced when engaging with ethnic groups. I will have a chance to cultivate a reflective peace building practice in a safe and nurturing environment that promote new learning and an authentic exchange of ideas. I will be sharing with and learning from one another and trying to promote human rights and make healthy and peaceful society..

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