Fempower’s Baat Cheet- A Girls’ Evening

The Women of NUST Stood united on the 8th of March, 2018 the International Women’s Day, at The Wall, NUST, to celebrate the endeavors of women stemming from different backgrounds and how they have risen up above it all, time and again. This is not only a necessary respect we must pay to those who have given up so much, but also a means to … Continue reading Fempower’s Baat Cheet- A Girls’ Evening

It is time to Rise!

Talking of women brings 51 percent to our minds. But doesn’t this term “woman” prompt anything about our oblivious minds? Are we aware of these non-existent social safeguards and such ‘ultra-modern’ hatreds cladded in humiliation that we inflict on these already-broken souls? The ages old, overtly aggravated portrayal of a woman: sobbing, fretting for help, left at the mercy of seemingly vicious world around, stranded … Continue reading It is time to Rise!

Still I Rise!

Article 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.” And while those may seem very simple words, they carry a very important message, a message that needs to be conveyed to the masses. The word ‘everyone’ is reinforced by Article 1 of the same declaration: “All human beings are born free and equal … Continue reading Still I Rise!

Stories and Balloons: An Afternoon with Kalon

  On the sunny winter afternoon of 16th February, Team Kalon set out for Ghonsala Girls Orphanage to spend a day with the young girls there, as part of their plans of grooming and empowering them. They were to leave at 1 pm from SADA, but fate had other plans. A few humble members of NCSC waited for an entire hour before the transport showed … Continue reading Stories and Balloons: An Afternoon with Kalon

Fem-Power – the Return

A subset of roughly 51% of the population is occupied by brave, unsung heroes for whom each day is a battle-Females. You and I are part of this battle just as much as anyone else, as defenders, offenders or as by-standers. A discussion of the struggle of widows demands an acknowledgment of a lack of society’s support towards these individuals; the absence of sociological safeguards … Continue reading Fem-Power – the Return