Christians Protest in front of UN plaza during Pak Prime Minister's address

Christian leaders William Shahzad, Babar Khokhar, Hurbert George and others are protesting in front of hotel in New York where PM Nawaz Sharif is staying: Its evening of September 27, 2013, when they were also protesting in morning before UN Plaza: Where Nawaz Sharif was addressing:


UN rights experts call for stronger protection of victims of caste-based discrimination

More than 260 million people across the world are still victims of human rights abuses due to caste-based discrimination, United Nations independent experts warned today, urging South Asian countries to strengthen legislation to protect them.


U N to focus on child marriages on Intl Day of the Girl Child

United Nations, Oct 11 (PTI) The UN will mark the first 'International Day of the Girl Child' today, with a focus on ending child marriages and highlighting challenges in countries like India, Bangladesh and Somalia to combat this fundamental human rights violation that impacts a girl's life.


At U.N., Muslim world questions Western freedom of speech

UNITED NATIONS ,Sep 29, 2012,

Muslim leaders were in unison at the United Nations this week arguing that the West was hiding behind its defense of freedom of speech and ignoring cultural sensitivities in the aftermath of anti-Islam slurs that have raised fears of a widening East-West cultural divide.