From outrage to killing: Do institutions enable it?
The recent murder of social media personality Qandeel Baloch has once again called public attention to the issue of honor killings, which are often seen as a barometer of social progress in Pakistan. In an op-ed for Dawn, CDPR Fellow Faisal Bari dissects the path from outrage to killing. He points to the failure of the courts, media and education to prevent it from happening.
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