From 2001 to 2015 (in 15 years), in Pakistan, 23634 bonded labourers (men, women, children) released and escaped from debt bondage in agriculture, brick kiln and other occupations.
Press release: By the Institute for Social Justice (ISJ) Pakistan In Pakistan, release and escape of bonded labourers decreased to more than 80 percent in 2014 and 2015 in comparison with release and escape in 2013. The data gathered by … Read More
Islamabad- December 30, 2014: The Institute for Social Justice’s (ISJ)’s fact finding team has learnt that a 8 years old boy (Mohammad Amir son of Muhammad Razi) and 11 years old girl (Jameela Bibi daughter of Fida Hussain) were married … Read More
The Institute for Social Justice (ISJ) is pleased to learn that the Supreme Court of Pakistan has ordered investigation of a polio case in Women Prison in Karachi, in Sindh province of Pakistan. Sawera, 4, became victim of polio virus- … Read More
The Institute for Social Justice (ISJ) has expressed displeasure over no interest of the government in implementing the Universal Periodic Review’s recommendations given by international community on 30th October 2012 in the Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva. The ISJ … Read More