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Usage of judiciary in accessing basic human needs and rights”.

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Dear friends and colleagues,We are working on the second article about Pakistan “Usage of judiciary in accessing basic human needs and rights”. Please submit your opinions, material and suggestions…Continue

Digital Communication VS Corruption

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Born in Pakistan but spent most of my life in the United States. I call Memphis Tennessee as my home town. My writing contributions included Pakistan and Gulf Economist, The Federation of Chambers of Commerce & Industry Bulletin and East Shelby Review, A newspaper serving the community of Arlington TN-USA. In 2004, launched Bridge Communications and Research from Memphis Tennessee aimed to narrow the widening gaps between the United States and the Muslim World and start publishing peaceusa.org which was later taken off line because of constant threats. I was an active participant of Laubach Literacy Action, US Division and nominated for the prestigious 2005 Jefferson Award presented by the Commercial Appeal newspaper.

In 2006 moved to Toronto, Ontario and start working for Bridge Communication and Research from this great city of diversity. I also mentor through The Mentoring Partnership in Toronto. Please visit http://bridgecommunicationsandresearch.com/aboutus.html for the other services we offer.

I am member of The American Political Science Association since 2005.

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Usage of Judiciary in Accessing Basic Human Needs and Rights by Syed Naeem Uddin October 3, 2011

Posted on November 28, 2011 at 3:34 0 Comments

A large number of the countries in developing world are plagued by corruption, violence and

incapable governments. The current generation has grown with a sense of injustice from

enforcement agencies, people’s lack of awareness and lack of access to the justice. There

justice. The most corrupt and critical mechanism of the troubled states are the law are many…

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At 19:40 on January 9, 2011, SH - Unbowed Unafraid Journalist said…

Dear Brother Thanks for this encouragment,

 

When The Eagle Spirits Awake up in The Young MenThey See Their Goal in Heaven ---Peace

 

 

Unbowed Unafraid Journalist4Peace

At 9:50 on December 27, 2010, Emma Brewin said…
Hi Syed, welcome to our Online Journalism Community!
Please feel free to join groups, create groups, post discussions, share your blog, and of course invite all your journalist friends and colleagues to join too.
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