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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SADeW Denounces Honor Killings in Pakistan

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June 9, 2016
SADeW Denounces Honor Killings in Pakistan

Honor Killing is not a Crime in Pakistan             A large number of women are killed in South Asia every year for honor killing There is no law in Pakistan to punish killers of women on the pretext of traditions and religion South Asia Democracy Watch (SADeW), an independent organization in...
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South Asia Democracy Watch Commends Tabassum Adnan for Winning Nelson Mandela Award.  

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April 29, 2016
South Asia Democracy Watch Commends Tabassum Adnan for Winning Nelson Mandela Award.  

              Women’s activist dedicates Nelson Mandela Award to her country Malala’s hometown gets recognition again for women’s rights  South Asia Democracy Watch (SADeW), an independent non-profit organization in Dallas has congratulated women’s activist Tabassum Adnan for winning the prestigious Nelson Mandala Award for her daring struggle for women’s rights...
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Violence in Bangladesh Widely Condemned

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April 27, 2016
Violence in Bangladesh Widely Condemned

                  Violence against Progressives and Minorities in Bangladesh In the aftermath of murders of secular intellectuals, liberal bloggers and attacks on minorities in Bangladesh, a known LGBT activist was killed last Monday in Dhaka. World leaders and human rights organizations including Prime Minister of Bangladesh and...
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National Press Club Expresses Concern for Mishandling Journalists in Maldives

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April 13, 2016
National Press Club Expresses Concern for Mishandling Journalists in Maldives

              New Defamation Bill Introduced in Parliament to Restrict Press Freedom in Maldives Sixteen Journalists Arrested Protest Rally Against Closure of a Newspaper  After the recent Amnesty International’s report citing incidents of jailing, killing, torturing and arresting journalists throughout South Asia, the National Press Club, a respected organization of journalists...
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Amnesty International Cites Human Rights Violations in South Asia

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February 24, 2016
Amnesty International Cites Human Rights Violations in South Asia

Space for Freedom of Expression is Shrinking in South Asia                   Amnesty International has cited severe human rights violations in South Asia in its recently released Amnesty International Annual Report, 2015/2016. The report indicates restrictions on freedom of expression, extrajudicial abduction and execution of innocent citizens...
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