Publications related to Gilgit Baltistan

Apr 13, 2017

UNPO Releases New Report on Human Rights in Pakistan

For over sixty years, Pakistan-occupied Gilgit-Baltistan has had neither political autonomy nor a working legal system to provide human rights protection for its indigenous peoples, resulting in constant human rights violations, slow economic development and growing sectarian violence. In Balochistan and Sindh, ethnic and religious minorities endure severe persecution by state forces and terrorists....

Apr 13, 2017

UNPO Releases New Report on Human Rights in P...

UNPO is pleased to present its new report: “From Occupied Gilgit-Baltistan to Gwadar: Human Rights in Pakistan”. From enforced disappearances to extrajudicial killings, torture, the persecution...

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Apr 07, 2017

UNPO’s UPR Report Denounces Ongoing Human Rights...

  In 2012, UNPO’s report on the occasion of Pakistan’s second cycle UPR focused on the critical issue of enforced disappearances in Sindh and Balochistan, and on the severe natural...

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Mar 16, 2011

First Gilgit Baltistan Environment Conference...

Brussels, 9 May 2011 - In the first in-depth assessment of climate change and development on one of the world’s most sensitive ecosystems, International experts gathered in Brussels to highlight...

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