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  1. Pakistani policewoman offers protection and understanding
    A police station run by women in Pakistan is filling an important role in a society dominated by men. Chief Bushra Batool says it's become a place of last resort for the desperate.
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  2. Woman in control
    Women police officers have been serving as Station House Officers (SHOs) in women police stations for quite some time now, but Ghazala Syed recently achieved the distinction of becoming the first female SHO of an all-male police station at Clifton, Karachi.
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  3. The police department in Pakistan experienced a gender audit in 2009-2010 in order to determine the gender sensitivity of police organisations in Pakistan. This audit played a key role.
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  4. Ladies Complaint Units, Report of Gender Audit of Police Organization launched
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  5. Women’s role in police vital to address gender related issues
    Women representation in police department and their significant role in policing system is necessary for addressing gender related issues on priority basis and ensuring support to women victims of violence as well as protecting their rights.
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  6. Police force to be sensitized on gender lines for better output: Fehmida
    Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - Islamabad—Gender friendly approach is essential to collectively address the rising trends of extremism, bigatory and police force must be sensitized on gender lines for better efficiency of overall law enforcing
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  7. Pakistan: Domestic violence, including effectiveness of the Protection of Women (Criminal Laws Amendment) Act, 2006; state protection and services available to victims
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  8. COUNTRY REPORT - PAKISTAN on DOMESTIC VIOLENCE By Akbar Nasir Khan
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  9. The Due Diligence Obligation to Prevent Violence Against Women: The Case of Pakistan Legal Report, New York, 2011
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Media plays a crucial role in changing the mindset of the people and can be used as a powerful tool for change. Redefining the role of men and boys in the society, empowering women and challenging the cultural norms could be a key prevention strategy for combating violence against women. Both electronic and print media can raise public awareness on women rights creating a mass demand that can lead to changes in policies and laws making it a safer world for women and girls.

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