SHARP OFFICIAL COMPLAINT NO. 0330-000-7072 0330-000-7072 0330-000-7072

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Society for Human Rights and Prisoners' Aid (SHARP-Pakistan)

Striving for a Human Rights friendly Pakistan

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05

JUNE 2024

Inter-University

Art Competition

on

World Environment Day 2024

SHARP Pakistan is organising an Inter-University ART Competition on
World Environment Day, 5th June 2024, under the theme of “Our Land. Our Future. We are #GenerationRestoration at Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad, Department of Economics. 

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Chairman Syed Liaqat Banori's interview with renowned journalist Tahir Khan on Pashto-1 regarding Afghan refugees.

Events

Latest updates of Events organized by SHARP-Pakistan.

“The refugee crisis is a challenge for global south countries, which often lack robust legal protection and face economic difficulties. Lured by promises from third countries, asylum seekers often come to Pakistan and countries such as Bangladesh, Iran and Tajikistan and then await international assistance for resettlement. In Pakistan, hundreds approach our office daily asking for resettlement support, and we try to help, working alongside the UNHCR and the International Organization for Migration.” — An excerpt from CEO Mr. Mudassar Javed’s interview with CIVICUS, a global alliance of civil society organisations and activists dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society throughout the world.

Complete interview can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
https://web.civicus.org/MuhammadMudassar

About SHARP-Pakistan

SHARP is striving for a human rights friendly Pakistan by working for the well-being of vulnerable segments of the society through various interventions including advocacy, community services, capacity building, emergency response etc.

Introduction

Society for Human Rights and Prisoners Aid (SHARP), is a non-profit, non-political and...
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SHARP History

SHARP started off with a partnership with UNHCR for the screening and registrati...
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Geographic Coverage

SHARP, currently, has offices in the following districts of Pakistan...
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Partners

SHARP-Pakistan has effective and strategic partnerships with many organizatio...
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Vision

SHARP envisions a human rights friendly Pakistan indiscriminative of cast, creed, color, sex, ethnicity and/or nationality.

Access to Justice

SHARP focus on ensuring equal opportunities for the deprived segments of the society through improved access to justice.

Mission

SHARP aspires to pursue its humanitarian vision by forging strategic partnerships with like-minded humanitarian community.

Thematic Areas

Protection, Child Protection, Emergency Response, Advocacy, Education, Infrastructure development, health.

Aims and Objectives

To work for the eradication of injustices from the society by promoting measures for the provision of speedy justice to common man.

Collaboration

Apart from its collaboration with UNHCR, SHARP has also worked with the European Commission, DFID, World Bank, Solidarity Centre, Islamic dev. Bank and Action Aid

Annual Reports

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Trainings & Workshops

SHARP-PAKISTAN regularly organizes sensitization and awareness raising trainings workshops for Judiciary, Law enforcement agencies (Police and FIA officials), Public Prosecutors, Lawyers, CSOs, Media and law students on diverse topics; through this initiative SHARP-Pakistan has capacitated over “15 Thousand” officials on human rights and refugee rights, human trafficking and smuggling in context of national and international laws, conventions and commitments. The purpose of these trainings is to provide officials with different knowledge and skills and make the conscientious for ensuring rights to individuals and build peaceful society in which they live happy and dignified life.

Police Officials

Lawyers and Publics Prosecutors

Legal Camps

Legal camps had remained the major and effective tools to address the problems of the Refugees. During the period, SHARP conducted 40 legal camps at RV and urban areas of different district of KP, total of 2275 refugees were provided on-spot counseling in the legal camps including 1161 male and 1114 female refugees.

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Human Rights Friendly Pakistan

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For interested individuals and organizations, please drop us an email at info@sharp-pakistan.org, along with your offered skills/ services, resume or profile etc.