Dr. Nasra Shah presented at the workshop on Oxford Handbook of Comparative Immigration Law

Dr. Nasra Shah gave a presentation on “Policies and Legislative Framework Governing Labor Migration to the Oil-Rich Gulf Countries” at the workshop on Oxford Handbook of Comparative Immigration Law, held on August 11-12, 2022 at Charlottesville, Virginia, USA. She discussed the rules governing the admission, stay and departure of private sector migrant worker and their families, and […]

Food insecurity

By Memoona Qazi Published in The News on September 06, 2022 Pakistan has yet again fallen prey to climate-induced calamities. This time the scale of the disaster is much worse as all four provinces are experiencing the worst kind of floods, with Balochistan and Sindh hit hardest. With one-third of the country under water, many believe that[…]



Human trafficking on the rise as unemployment bites

By  BILAL GHAURI Published in The Express Tribune on September 05, 2022 LAHORE: Spurred by the twin crises of rising inflation and unemployment, a large number of Pakistanis are crossing borders through illegal channels, often falling prey to a thriving racket of smugglers exploiting their poverty. For many people fleeing poverty, getting across the borders requires them[…]