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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South Asia Democracy Watch to raise Funds for Nepal  

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May 19, 2015
South Asia Democracy Watch to raise Funds for Nepal   

  South Asia Democracy Watch (SADEW) and the Nepalese Society of North Texas (NST) will offer a fundraising event for the earthquake victims in Nepal at University of Texas, Dallas on June 20. A colorful South Asian cultural show will highlight civilizations, music and dances of the region with a focus on Nepal. Proceeds...
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Amartya Sen urges world community to stop women’s genocide

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May 8, 2015
Amartya Sen urges world community to stop women’s genocide

                    Over 100 million women are demographically missing today! Restore women’s freedom to think and freedom to question!  Dr. Amartya Sen speaks on “Women: Survival and Empowerment” Despite severe tornado warnings in Dallas, over 700 people packed into the University of Texas, Dallas’ premiere lecture hall...
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Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen Speaks on Gendercide

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March 22, 2015
Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen Speaks on Gendercide

Noble Laureate Amartya Sen was the featured speaker at University of Texas, Dallas (UTD) April 24. The Known economist, thinker and researcher discussed women’s status as it is linked to economic systems in modern nation states. Dr. Amartya Sen is known for his pioneering research on women’s status and their socio-cultural marginalization and genocide....
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India and Pakistan’s Elusive Peace

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March 20, 2015
India and Pakistan’s Elusive Peace


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Political Rhetoric and Social Change in Pakistan

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February 26, 2015
Political Rhetoric and Social Change in Pakistan

It looks the long agitation that began from Lahore on August 14 last year has finally ended in Islamabad with a happy ending for its leader Imran Khan who recently got married and not-so-happy outcome for the other leader Tahirul Qadri who left the country to rest in his permanent home in Canada. The...
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