Irfan Nawaz

reasons for out of school children

Reasons for Out-of-School Children in Pakistan

Out-of-school Children statistics United Nations International Children Fund (UNICEF) stated that Pakistan has the second-highest number of out-of-school children (OOSC) with a staggering number of 22.8 million children having age between 5-16 years. It represents 44 percent of the total population of this age group. There is no universal definition of out-of-school children, however, such…

Read More
Child Education System of Children in Pakistan

Education System of Children in Pakistan

The education system of children in Pakistan is a vital component of societal development, with a specific focus on nurturing the intellectual growth of children. Recognizing the significance of education, the nation has strived to improve educational access and quality over the years. Pakistan’s education system faces numerous challenges, but the emphasis on children’s education…

Read More

Stop Child Labor: Here Is How

Child labor remains a concerning issue for Pakistan despite various systematic legislative and policy measures. Children engaged in labor are prone to abuse and exploitation at the expense of education, health, and development. The available child labor laws in Pakistan are hardly addressing the issue of child labor; however, cases reported of child domestic labor…

Read More

UN Committee on CERD’s Recent Findings

The UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) has recently concluded its review of six States parties, issuing findings on Bolivia, Bulgaria, Germany, Morocco, South Africa, and Viet Nam. The Committee’s comprehensive examination focused on the implementation of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, shedding light on…

Read More
Go Up