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FNF Pakistan Team
FNF Pakistan Team


Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit

House 19, Street 19, F-6/2

44000 Islamabad-Pakistan


Tel: +92-51-2278896 or 2820896

Fax: +92-51-2279915


Email: pakistan@fnst.org


Office Hours:

Monday-Friday 09:00-17:30

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Resident Representative: Dr. Almut Besold Dr. Almut Besold
Dr. Almut Besold

Administrator: Muhammad Anwar Muhammad Anwar
Muhammad Anwar

Email: muhammad.anwar@fnst.org


Programme Coordinator: Aamir Amjad Aamir Amjad
Aamir Amjad

Email: aamir.amjad@fnst.org

Communication Officer: Khadija Afzal Khadija Afzal
Khadija Afzal

Email: khadija.afzal@fnst.org

Our Regional Brochure
Prescription for Bangladesh’s Readymade Garments Sector Reform
Nevertheless, substandard working environments, low wages and lack of worker organizations are ever reoccurring issues. The wider and underlying problem is a lack of law enforcement. Unless factory owners, workers, business associations, international buyers and the government are made more accountable and obliged to follow the rule of law, the workers will not benefit from new or stricter regulations. Read more...
Bangladesh 2013 – A Year of Political Crossroads
Since February 2013, Bangladesh has witnessed an increased level of political confrontation and disturbance, manifested into nationwide strikes, commonly called hartals. The hartal days are gripped with street violence between those supporting the strikes and the police force, and damaging and destroying of property. Scores of city dwellers across the country have been injured, and the number of deaths is close to 100. More strikes and violence are envisaged in the coming weeks and months writes Siegfried Herzog, Regional Director FNF South Asia. Read more...
Afghanistan 2014: The Incentives of Afghanistan’s Neighbours & other Major Actors
Ever since the announcement by the US and Germany of the drawdown of troops from Afghanistan, various commentators have expressed fears that the situation could lead to a replay of the chaos and violence after 1989. The incentives of major actors have changed dramatically since then, and it is important to understand those changed incentives if the international community is to avoid – or manage – a conflict after 2014. Read More...
India: Violence Against Women. Current Challenges and Future Trends
Violence against women in India is an issue rooted in societal norms and economic dependence. Discriminatory practices are underlined by laws favoring men. Inadequate policing and judicial practices deny female victims proper protection and justice. Although female participation in public life is increasing and laws have been amended, India still has a long way to go to make Indian women equal citizens in their own country. Read more...