Welcome to the South Asia Democracy Watch (SADeW) website. A committed group of people from all walks of life intend to work together to promote democratic values, justice, equality and human rights in the region through this vibrant and active organization. We plan to organize meaningful events, launch information campaigns, offer training programs and organize cultural programs to achieve our goals and objectives.
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Siege of Islamabad

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September 8, 2014
Pervez Hoodbhoy

                THOUSANDS of fanatical followers, led by the cleric-cricketer combination of Tahirul Qadri and Imran Khan, hold Islamabad hostage. A year ago such a possibility seemed remote. What of the future? In the years ahead, this pair may become irrelevant. But with the dangerous precedent they have...
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SADeW Criticizes Conspiracy to Derail Democracy in Pakistan

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September 2, 2014
SADeW Criticizes Conspiracy to Derail Democracy in Pakistan

              (Raja Zahid Akhtar Khanzada) The Dallas-based South Asia Democracy Watch (SADEW) has severely criticized the unconstitutional, unlawful and morally decadent demands of Imran Khan and Tahir ul Qadri to overthrow the democratically elected Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif and his constitutional government in Pakistan. The SADEW Board of...
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SADeW DECLARATION ON MINORITY RIGHTS IN SOUTH ASIA

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March 27, 2014
SADeW DECLARATION ON MINORITY RIGHTS IN SOUTH ASIA

  INTRODUCTION Thematic conferences usually analyze issues and clarify related ambiguities but they rarely propose solutions to resolve them. However, the international conference on minority rights in South Asia held in Dallas on January 25 was different. The conference “Human Rights Crisis in South Asia: Marginalization and Violence against Minorities” organized by our nonprofit...
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Journalists in Chains in South Asia

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February 13, 2014
Journalists in Chains in South Asia

    Strong and independent media are the backbone of modern democratic societies that allow a smooth political process identifying immoralities of political leaders, and revealing corruption, injustice and inequalities in the society. However, when it comes to South Asia, it might be a different story. A recent report of Reporters without Borders has...
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International Conference on Minorities in South Asia Pictures, January 25, 2014

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February 10, 2014
Allaudin Khanzada

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