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.
Member Login
Lost your password?

Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen Speaks on Gendercide April 24

By
0
March 22, 2015
Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen Speaks on Gendercide April 24

          Noble Laureate Amartya Sen will be the featured speaker at the Jaya Lecture Series at University of Texas, Dallas (UTD) April 24. The event has been organized in coordination with the Gendercide, South Asia Democracy Watch, the UTD Asia Center and other organizations. The Known economist, thinker and researcher will...
Read More »

India and Pakistan’s Elusive Peace

By
0
March 20, 2015
India and Pakistan’s Elusive Peace


Read More »

Political Rhetoric and Social Change in Pakistan

By
0
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...
Read More »

Establishment Responsible for Children’s Massacre: SADeW

By
0
December 17, 2014
Establishment Responsible for Children’s Massacre: SADeW

    South Asia Democracy Watch Holds the Establishment Responsible for Children’s Massacre in Pakistan South Asia Democracy Watch (SADeW), a US based independent group, has strongly condemned the barbaric slaughter of 132 school children at the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan. A press release issued by the SADeW Board of Directors in...
Read More »

Tranquility or turmoil? The South Asian dilemma

By
0
December 11, 2014
Tranquility or turmoil? The South Asian dilemma

            Qaisar Abbas, PhD, is a university professor/administrator, media analyst and political commentator based in Maryland, United States. He has worked as a News Producer for Pakistan TV and Information Officer in the province of Punjab.   South Asia has a great potential to become one of the largest economic...
Read More »


Images