Master of Science in Journalism
Faculty / School
Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)
Hammad Sarfraz, Lecturer, Centre for Excellence in Journalism
Cyber harassment, Human rights violation, Domestic violence, Social media, Awareness, Cyberspace
Abstract / Summary
This study explores the challenges faced by students in Pakistan who become victim of cyber harassment. Due to the lack of awareness, people do not know about cyber-crime and do not know that it is the violation of human rights. The Human Rights Ministry has no sense of urgency to work on the issue. According to the Human Rights report 2018, since 2004, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan has recorded more than 6,000 cases of sexual violence and 2,200 cases of domestic violence against the women. The violence is mostly connected with the online harassment in the form of abuse and blackmail. (UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICE, 2018).
Link to Catalog Record
Tanveer, S. (2019). Cyberspace is becoming unsafe for women in Pakistan (Unpublished graduate research project). Institute of Business Administration, Pakistan. Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/research-projects-msj/8
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