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Our Core Values

OUR MISSION

To promote professionally informed institutional networking and programming to support civil society and the government organizations in fertilizing demand factors with supply functions for dispensation of quality justice and social services to all members of the society especially the poor.

OUR VISION

A society, which promotes rights and legal empowerment of its citizens, including the poor and the vulnerable, and disapproves all forms of abuse, neglect and violence.

OUR OBJECT

To strengthen the voice of civil society for demand articulation.To mobilize and strengthen supply functions for effective, efficient and improved citizen centered service.To promote professionally informed institutional networking and programming to support civil society and the government organizations in fertilizing demand factors.

OUR RECENT PROJECTS

Protecting the Right to Fair Trial and Due Process in Pakistan

INSAF Network Pakistan (INP) is striving to uphold the rule of law in Pakistan through policy advocacy for legal reforms, institutional capacity strengthening, awareness raising and facilitating access to justice for the poor and oppressed segments of our society, particularly women, elderly, ethnic and religious minorities. INP is implementing a project to “Protect the Right to Fair Trial and Due Process in Pakistan”at a national level. The overarching goal of the project is “To improve protection of the right to fair trial for citizens accused of crimes in Pakistan, especially religious minorities, as evidenced by improvement in the Fair Trial Index before and after program intervention”. The project adopts an inclusive approach as characterized in the following objectives.

To design and advocate for evidence-based legislative reforms in Pakistan, which define the basic guarantees for fair trial and due process provided to the accused in criminal cases, in accordance with globally accepted standards of legal practice and requirements of national context.

Justice providers have greater capacity to fulfill their due responsibilities for protecting the right to fair trial and due process, especially where the accused are religious minorities and women. Read More

ABOUT INSAF NETWORK PAKISTAN 

INSAF NETWORK PAKISTAN (INP) is an alliance of 27 civil society organizations registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860, working in 102 districts with advocacy and project implementation experience in all 4 provinces, AJK and Gilgit-Baltistan. INP’s partnership with a variety of community organizations and the government functionaries remains its key strength as it offers a deeper and wider access to the communities and beneficiaries at large scale across Pakistan. INP provides a collaborative platform to these government and non-governmental organizations to work together to help the poor, vulnerable and minority communities in areas of basic rights, gender justice and legal empowerment across Pakistan.

INP strives to promote professionally informed institutional networking and programming among civil society and the government organizations to help generate demand for equitable justice and basic rights. At the same time, INP endeavours tofoster policy dialogue and field interventions onthe supply side for dispensation of quality justice and social services to all members of the society especially the poor, disadvantaged and the vulnerable.

INP works with a variety of actors including political fraternity, government agencies, research institutes, national, provincial and local level civil society organizations, community groups, women, men and children, religious seminaries and scholars with a secretariat based in Islamabad.