Overall, Pakistan is finally prioritizing education and is also motivated to bridge the gender gap. The present government has launched multiple projects like scholarships, vocational trainings, curriculum changes and development of Institutions. These initiations alone cannot make the difference required. Pakistani government and public must both show enthusiasm in order to address intersectionality and its effects on girl’s education together.
Gender discrimination can be defined as an inequitable difference regarding basic rights, including education, between distinguished groups (mainly males and females) of people in a society. Gender discrimination or gender bias is deeply rooted in the society of Pakistan, hampering the socio-economic growth of the country. The Global Gender Gap Index 2021, published by World Economic Forum ranks Pakistan at 153 out of 156 countries. The Index implies that Pakistan is the fourth worst country in terms of gender parity.
Equal access to education is of high value as it creates new opportunities for socially and economically deprived segments of the population. It is believed that female education is associated with high level of
In Pakistan, the state of educational institutions is appalling. The education sector has been neglected in comparison to other pressing issues. It is amongst one of the most ignored and neglected areas of our
The world is excelling in every field of life. Unfortunately, our society is still caught up in the dilemma which is cemented with old values and conservative mindsets. Paved with a hard line conception