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Jirga Monitor #9 (August 2013, Urdu)
 

Jirga Monitor #9 (August 2013, Urdu)

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The newsletter ‘Jirga Monitor’ is an activity of CAMP’s project titled ‘Rule of Law Programming in Pakistan’ (Phase IV: ‘Reforming the Jirga System through Evidence based Advocacy and ...

The newsletter ‘Jirga Monitor’ is an activity of CAMP’s project titled ‘Rule of Law Programming in Pakistan’ (Phase IV: ‘Reforming the Jirga System through Evidence based Advocacy and Sensitisation’), funded by Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany.

In this Issue

Jirga Decisions
Women Rights and Traditional Jirga
Treading the Unknown

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CAMP brings you yet another diverse and interesting issue of its periodical newsletter ‘Jirga Monitor’ comprising of major developments and commentaries on the traditional
Pakhtun dispute resolution system.

The Supreme Court of Pakistan recently urged the government to initiate an awareness campaign by involving educational institutions, the media and NGOs to make sure that women were not exchanged to resolve disputes through the Jirga system.

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    Jirga Monitor #9 (August 2013, Urdu) Jirga Monitor #9 (August 2013, Urdu) Document Transcript

    • Community Appraisal & Motivational Programme
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    • 4 Launching Ceremony Of “Under- standing Justice Systems Of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA and Balochistan: The Pakhtun Perspective”
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    • 8 ) )