Renowned human rights activist, Asma Jilani Jahangir talks about the difficulties Pakistan faces today, and her hopes and fears for the future of the country.
This documentary sheds light on the differences between the religious and academic systems of education in Pakistan.
Theatre group Ajoka has been part of the struggle for a democratic, humane and egalitarian Pakistan for the last 25 years.
Tehmina Durrani is one of Pakistan’s highest profile women’s rights activists. In this interview she discusses the issues of women and equality in Pakistan today.
Sara Khan, a British Pakistani, has actively campaigned for women’s rights within Muslim communities for over 18 years.
This documentary gives an insight into the lives of the people living in slums near the River Ravi who are surviving in miserable conditions.
Poet Lemn Sissay discusses his recent visit to Karachi to perform at the Karachi Literature Festival and at The Second Floor (T2F) arts centre.
The story of Todd Shea, who founded Comprehensive Disaster Response Services (CDRS) after assisting earthquake relief efforts in the region of Muzaffarabad in 2005.
This is the first film shot on both sides of the Line of Control in Kashmir. It aims to bring to light the human faces of a conflict that has displaced millions.
British Pakistani BBC journalist Almeena Ahmed talks about her identity, her thoughts about Pakistani society today, and how Pakistan is covered in the news.
About Pakistan Calling
Discover Pakistan Calling: a project aiming to increase awareness and support for Pakistani civil society organisations, and activists, working to tackle the country’s many pressing social problems.