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In Quetta, Pakistan, young Hazara women are exhibiting unprecedented strength and resilience in the face of violent extremism. Jalila Haider is one of the courageous women who has emerged as a leader within her tribal, patriarchal society. She has demonstrated that whe...

May 24, 2017

On 1 April dairy farmer Pehlu Khan, his two sons, and a couple of local boys were attending a cattle fair in the Indian state of Rajasthan. The men bought five cows at the fair and were carrying receipts of purchase. However, on their seven hour drive back to the villa...

How it started does not matter. Everything is different now.

A spark, a simmer, a stranger’s torch—everything burns anyway.

The first insult, the first stone—remote realities, not mine.

To rage, to wage, to flee—nothing decided by me.

The shells hurt us all, but they wou...

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Women in Pakhtun Long March: Building Peace and Challenging Stereotypes

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