• Secularism – A Religious...

      Date:                     March 9, 2014 - 4:30 PM Location:          Room 709, Al Qadir Heights, 1 Babar Block, New Garden Town, Lahore, Pakistan   Institute for peace and secular studies invites you in a talk with Dr Ghazala Anwar About: Dr Ghazala Anwar is a renowned scholar and researcher who did her Ph.D. in...

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    Remembering Shahbaz Bhatti

      Date:                    March 2, 2014 - 5:00 PM Location:           Liberty Round about, Lahore   Shahbaz Bhatti, the sole Christian cabinet member in majority-Muslim Pakistan, was shot multiple times by gunmen who surrounded his car as he left for work from his mother\'s house, near his home in a residential neighborhood. The attackers fled,...

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    Remembering Salmaan Taseer

      Salmaan Taseer was the 26th Governor of Punjab. He was assassinated on January 4, 2011 for raising his voice against discriminatory laws which are used to persecute religious minorities in Pakistan. January 4, 2014 will be the 3rd death anniversary of Salmaan Taseer. Let his sacrifice not...

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  • Norms, Gender and Sexual...

      Lena Martinsson is Professor of Gender Studies at the Department for Cultural Sciences, University of Gothenburg. She works with issues related to gender equality, heteronormativity, sexual orientation and postcolonial studies. She has also written about the ongoing production of global classes and education in a neoliberal time. Date:             December 6,...

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    Dilwali Celebration

    IPSS Celebrated Diwali with the Hindu Community of Lahore on November 2, 2013.  

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  • Results – Documentary Competition

      Is Pakistan Safe for Minorities?   Name Institution Prize M.Zunair University Of Lahore 1st Saira Ali Lahore College For  Women University 2nd Syed Hasan Haider National College of Arts 3rd     Are Minorities Safe in Pakistan? - First Prize by IPSS_PK

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