The Role of Internet to fight corruption in Pakistan
Syed Naeem Uddin Published: July 3, 2011
PRE-ELECTION VOTERS AWARENESS CAMPAIGN FOR THE GENERAL ELECTIONS IN PAKISTAN – 2013
MAY 14, 2020 CALLING ON PRIME MINISTER OF PAKISTAN IMRAN AHMED KHAN NIAZI FOR THE PAYMENT OF UNPAID WAGES AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR MEDIA WORKERS AND JOURNALISTS BEFORE EID-UL-FITR
MAY 20, 2020 URGING PAKISTAN TO INCLUDE THE PERSECUTED MINORITIES IN THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR MINORITIES (NCM)
APRIL 13, 2020 LETTER TO SWEDEN’S MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS, ANN LINDE, FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE JOURNALIST, ZAHID HUSSAIN, MISSING IN SWEDEN
JUNE 21, 2017 LETTER TO THE CHIEF MINISTER OF SINDH, SYED MURAD ALI SHAH, IN SUPPORT FOR JOURNALIST JAFFAR MEMON, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE HYDERABAD PRESS CLUB
Pakistan Awareness Initiatives - PAI (Project ended in 2013)
An initiative has been undertaken by Bridge Communication and Research called Pakistan Awareness Initiatives-PAI to promote democracy, Freedom and defend Human Rights in Pakistan through awareness. The greatest challenges of extreme poverty and corruption may not be addressed unless people know their rights.
We are working on a plan to make it more accessible and productive. The challenge ahead is to reach rural and remote areas in Pakistan. BCR would also identify the areas where people of Pakistan really need assistance in order to get access to the basic or essential services using PAI and prepare/ coordinate NGOs/ Individuals/ Institutions and Departments in submission grant/ funding proposals. BCR would cooperate in such projects if our set criterion of public need, transparency and professionalism are met and there is a visible change or efforts in the last five years. BCR would monitor, evaluate and assess such projects for transparency, elimination of hidden costs and the access of public really in need.
Monitors Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Expression in Pakistan
Project ended in December 2013
Usage of Judiciary in Accessing Basic Human Needs and Rights
by Syed Naeem Uddin Published on October 3, 2011