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AGHS Legal Aid Cell

Lahore, Pakistan
Joined September 2012
Presence in: Pakistan

AGHS Legal Aid Cell has been working since 1980s and provides free legal aid and empowerment to the vulnerable classes of the society.

People Associated With This Organization

Ashraf Ali

AGHS Legal Aid Cell
Joined May 2016
Interests: Citizenship & Identification, Criminal Justice, Generalist Legal Services, Governance, Accountability & Transparency
I am senior lecturer in law at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan. I did LLM (Master in Laws) from Punjab University Lahore in 2001. I remained a judge in NWFP since 2001 till 2010. I am teaching Criminal Law, Islamic Laws to Law Students.

Ayesha Malik

AGHS Legal Aid Cell
Joined December 2017
Interests: Women's Rights
Having studied law at undergraduate level at Oxford University (Trinity College) and then a masters of law specialising in international law at University College London, Ayesha is an associate with the AGHS Legal Aid Cell in Lahore, Pakistan, where she researches and drafts legal petitions and contracts for High Court and Supreme Court cases. Notable cases on which she has worked include a seminal sexual harassment case, a cultural heritage case and a prisoner transfer case from the UK to Pakistan. She also works with renowned human rights lawyer Asma Jahangir on human rights cases. In 2014-15, Ayesha worked in South Sudan managing grants for an NGO, Concern Worldwide, with a funding portfolio of over £10 million and reviewed project contracts against relevant legal criteria and identified legal risks. Ayesha is looking to collaborate with other like-minded people on the network to share ideas and strategies about legal empowerment.
Ayesha Malik is the network champion (main point of contact) for AGHS Legal Aid Cell.

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