Al-Huda International Institute of Islamic Education for Women
Set up for the understanding and promotion of Islamic education amongst women, the institute is an entirely non-sectarian and non-political body which is working for the advancement of true Islamic learning and thought. Aims to impart a sound knowledge of Islam, with an understanding of the practical implications of its teachings in the contemporary world; to equip students with the ability to invite others to Islam in a peaceful and non-aggressive manner; to help students acquire first-hand knowledge about Islam and make them able to understand the Qur’an directly; and to revive the humanitarian aspect of Islamic teachings.
58 Nazimuddin Road
F 8/4 Islamabad
Email: alhuda [at] isb [dot] comsats [dot] net [dot] pk
Ansar Burney Organization
With a mission to work as a non-political, non-governmental and non-profitable organization, we started our fight against all forms of injustices, cruel inhuman and degrading treatment, child abuse, cruelty to women and other more subtle forms of human and civil rights violations without any discrimination or affiliation.
Kashmir Council for Human Rights
Kashmir Council for Human Rights (KCHR) is a humanitarian group which campaigns for the observance of internationally recognised human rights in Kashmir. The London based Council lobbies governments, media, human rights groups and the United Nations.
82 Great Eastern St.
London, WC2A 3JL
Human Rights Commission of Pakistan
Since its foundation in 1986, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has developed to become a broad-spectrum, countrywide human rights body. Nationally, the HRCP has established a leading role in providing a highly informed and independent voice in the struggle for human rights and democratic development in Pakistan – a role increasingly recognised internationally, also. It is an independent, voluntary, non-political, non-profit making, non-governmental organisation, registered under the Societies Registration Act (XXI of 1860), with its Secretariat office in Lahore.
New Garden Town
Phone: (92-42) 583-8341; (92-42) 586-4994; (92-42) 588-3579
Fax: (92-42) 588-3582
Email: hrcp [at] hrcp-web [dot] org
Mubashir Bhutta Human Rights
Mubashir bhutta Human Rights (MBHR) is a human rights organization working on human rights in Pakistan. Organization objectives are: 1. To provide legal aid to the poor & needy people in the jails
2. To provide education in the jails
3. To provide legal aid in the society to the poor & needy people
4. To provide education in the society
Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)
Established in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1977 as an independent political/social organization of Afghan women fighting for human rights and for social justice in Afghanistan. RAWA�s objective was to involve an increasing number of Afghan women in social and political activities aimed at acquiring women�s human rights and contributing to the struggle for the establishment of a government based on democratic and secular values in Afghanistan. The Association’s activities in Pakistan focus on education, health care, and human rights.
Sahara For Life
SAHARA for Life Trust is a registered tax exempted charity organization striving for the betterment and promotion of health and education in remote areas. The name SAHARA is abbreviation for: “Services Aimed at Health and Awakening in Remote Areas”.
Voice Against Torture
Upholding the cause of human rights, we condemn all forms of torture and pledge to work for rehabilitation of torture survivors, through collective action around the world.
War Against Rape
The organization consists of a committed group of men and women dedicated to providing free legal, psychological and medical aid to survivors of rape and domestic violence most of whom are women and children.
WAR is also working:
To break the silence and build awareness about rape and other forms of sexual abuse of women and children.
To mobilize support and commitment for the repeal of all unjust and discriminatory laws against women and children.
Zindagi intends to reach, out to working children and provide them basic education supplementing, rather than disturbing the finances of their families. It aims to do this by providing incentive to the working child and his/her parents in form of cash payments of Rs.20 for each session attended. On a rented or donated premises, their classes are held on time schedules that suit their work routine.