One-day Capacity building training for Prosecutors/ Judicial Officers (Karachi)

On 15th May 2018, SHARP/ALAC-IV team organized one-Day training for Prosecutors/ Judicial Officers on “Human Rights and Refugee Laws” to sensitize them, at Pearl Continental Hotel, Karachi. Participants: The District Prosecutors from all the 6 districts of Karachi and few Judicial Officers were among the participants of this workshop. Around 50 Officials attended the event.  Chief Guest: Fayyaz Ahmed Dev Commandant Police Training College Lahore. Guests of Honor: Mr. Osman Ejaz Bajwa (SSP Sindh Police) Read More …

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials (Lahore)

On 23rd April 2018, SHARP/ALAC-II team organized one-Day training workshop for Police officials on “Human & Refugee Rights In the light of relevant Laws and notifications” to sensitize police officials on Human and Refugees Rights in Pakistan, at Police training college, Chung, Lahore. Participants: The participants included 63 Police Officials for Promotional Course of DSP Rank from different districts of Punjab (including Police Officials from Islamabad Police, Railway Police, CTD, and Special Branch Punjab)  Chief Guest: Read More …

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials (Attock)

SHARP-Pakistan organized one day training workshop on “Human rights and Refugee rights in Pakistan” to educate and sensitize Police officials, 21st April-18 , Police Lines Attock. Objectives of the training workshop: Main objectives included Institutional capacity building and strengthen the relation between SHARP/UNHCR and Police department by enlightening the mandate of SHARP/UNHCR. To update Police officials about extension notifications regarding stay of Afghans in Pakistan To enhance their knowledge on Human Rights and Refugee rights through different Read More …

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials (Mianwali)

A one day training for Police Official was organized by Alac-IV (Mianwali) team of SHARP-Pakistan on 29th March, 2018 at Behram Shaheed Hall, Police Lines, Mianwali. The training was aimed on “Status of Afghan Refugees in context of National and International Laws”. Topics: The following main topics were covered under this training: Human Rights International Refugee Laws, UNHCR Mandate and Status of Afghan Refugees in Pakistan Foreigners’ Act, 1946 The Government of Punjab Initiative for Read More …

Celebration of 16days of Activism with White Ribbon Pakistan (Islamabad)

SHARP held Briefing Session on Violence against Women & Girls at National University of Modern Languages (NUML) Islamabad-24th November,2017. Violence against women and girls is one of the most widespread, persistent and devastating human rights violations in our world today. Gender inequality persists worldwide. Achieving gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls will require more vigorous efforts, including legal frameworks, to counter deeply rooted gender-based discrimination that often results from patriarchal attitudes and related Read More …

Celebration of Universal Children’s Day 2017 (Peshawar)

Celebration of Universal Children’s Day 2017: It’s a Kids Take Over 23rd Nov 2017 at SoS Village School, Hayatabad, Peshawar. Organized by SHARP-Pakistan SDC Team Universal Children’s Day offers each of us an inspirational entry-point to advocate, promote and celebrate children’s rights, translating into dialogues and actions that will build a better world for Children. SHARP-Pakistan celebrated Universal children’s day in Peshawar. The objective of the event was to promote and celebrate children’s rights and Read More …

Celebration of Universal Children’s Day 2017: It’s a Kids Take Over (Islamabad)

Celebration of Universal Children’s Day 2017: It’s a Kids Take Over Tuesday, 21st Nov 2017 at I-12 Camp Islamabad Organized by SHARP-Pakistan United Nations Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 and is celebrated on November 20th each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare. November 20th is an important date as it is the date in 1959 when the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights Read More …

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials (Lahore)

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials

On 15th November 2017, SHARP ALAC-II team organized One-Day training Workshop in collaboration with UNHCR to sensitize Police officials on “Human & Refugee Rights” in context of National & International Law at Police Training College, Lahore. The workshop started off with recitation of Holy Quran. After this, Mr. Usman Ali welcomed all the participants and the Honorable guests on behalf of SHARP-Pakistan. He also highlighted the main objective for conducting this training workshop. Mr. Hamid Read More …

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials (Bhakkar)

One-day Capacity building training for Police Officials (Bhakkar)

On 14th November 2017, SHARP ALAC-III team organized One-Day training Workshop in Collaboration with UNHCR to sensitize Police officials on “Human & Refugee Rights” in context of National & International Law at Police Line, District, Bhakkar to brief them about Human and Refugee Rights, Foreigners Act, 1946, Social & Legal Status of Afghan Refugees in Pakistan. In this training workshop 88 senior police officials Included (DSP’s, SHO’s, SI’s, ASI’s and other investigation officers) participated. The Read More …

One-day Capacity building training for Public Prosecutors (Karachi)

one day capacity building training at Karachi

SHARP-Pakistan’s Karachi Office organized a one-day Capacity building training for Public Prosecutors on 31st Oct, 2017 at Mehran Hotel Karachi. The topic of the training was “Human Rights and Refugee Laws with respect to National and International frameworks” Numbers of Public Prosecutors from All 6 Districts of Karachi have attended the training. The training consisted of following 3 sessions. 1) Mr. Bilal Agha (Representative of UNHCR in Karachi) delivered his presentation on “Protection of Refugees Read More …