From India with love: Tribute to Hassam , Friend and Human Rights Activist from Pakistan

"You were the steady hand, now we must learn to fight the pain" - Haris Gazdar

“You were the steady hand, now we must learn to fight the pain” – Haris Gazdar

A moving and beautiful tribute to Hassam Qadir Shah, advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, a principled human rights lawyer and decent human being with a million dollar smile and gentle manner, married to the filmmaker Aisha Gazdar. Thank you Kamayani for writing this #RIP – Tribute to Hassam , Friend and Human Rights Activist from Pakistan. Here’s a link to Hassam’s seminal booklet on criminal procedures, in easy to read Q&A format about gender violence in Pakistan, “There is no ‘honour’ in Killing – Don’t Let them Get Away with Murder’ (Shirkat Gah, 2002)

2 Responses

  1. Thank you Beena for introducing Hasan Qadir Shahi. Join you all to register my humble tribute to recognise his service for humnatarian cause. I would very much like to read the back and would like to purchase few copies. May I now from where to get it.
    Dear Hasan. Greetings. I never met you before. The profile reflected above has revealed your sterling qualities. Please accept my sincere greetings and congrats for your commitment to the cuase and writing a book which very much need t oeducate our selves.Lots of good wishes for you an your enlightened Aisha Gazdar.
    iqbalalavi
    Karachi 0309276504

  2. Hi, Beena. Thanks Nasir

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