Statelessness is the chapter of international law addressing the issues of individual legal status of citizenship and right of citizens. However, recent violence and temporal punishment endured by children working at homes of highly educated and the so called civilized people, force me to consider those kids as stateless children as if they are owned by state they won’t be treated like beast of burden and they won’t be treated in a manner they way humans were treated in the era of slavery. Read more about Child Rights Dilemma
Tourism activities are considered to be one of the major sources of economic growth. It can be regarded as a mechanism of generating the employment as well as income in both formal and informal sectors. Tourism supplements the foreign exchange earnings derived from trade in commodities and sometimes finance the import of capital goods necessary for the growth of manufacturing sectors in the economy. On the other hand rapid economic growth in the developed economies attracts foreign travels (Business travels), which leads to an increase in the foreign reserve of the country. Read more about Pakistan’s Backbone Tourism
GIVING of one’s charitable feelings to the needy has been an integral part of human society since time immemorial. This tradition is now being extended beyond the personal level to institutional, societal and state levels.
The magnitude of giving has also multiplied. The best part is that giving is no longer limited to one’s community, religion or city.
When a natural or man-made disaster befalls a community or society, people and states in many parts of the world come forward to donate, in cash and kind, to the affected people. Read more about Ethics of generosity
NATIONALISM and its various causes has been a subject of much debate among academic circles. One theory is that nationalism is often exploited by elites or the leadership of centralised states or the elites of non-dominant groups to mobilise the masses to either defend or achieve their larger interests. Read more about GB: Changing Views