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  • Dr. Rubina Shaikh, Chairperson of World Sindhi Congress, Elected President of Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The World Sindhi Congress (WSC) is delighted to announce that Dr. Rubina Shaikh, our esteemed Chairperson, has been elected as President of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO). This election is a significant recognition of Dr. Shaikh’s relentless dedication and advocacy for the rights of unrepresented nations and peoples across the globe. During her tenure as Vice President over the past two years, Dr. Shaikh has demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to the principles of human rights, democracy, and self-determination, principles that stand at the core of the UNPO’s mission. Founded in 1991, the UNPO is

  • Celebrating Sindhi Heritage and Advocacy at the 36th International Conference on Sindh

    Date: Saturday, October 12, 2024 Location: The University of Westminster, Harrow Campus, London, UK This October, the Sindhi community will gather in London for an enriching and purposeful assembly at the 36th International Conference on Sindh. Hosted at the prestigious University of Westminster, this event promises to be a landmark occasion, featuring discussions on pivotal issues affecting Sindh and its diaspora. Explore Critical Topics The conference agenda is set to cover a range of pressing topics: Each session aims to foster dialogue, share insights, and propose actionable strategies for advancement and advocacy. Cultural Celebrations Beyond the discussions, the conference will

  • Celebrating Mothers Day

    On this special day, the World Sindhi Congress extends heartfelt greetings and appreciation to all the mothers, women leaders, and activists in our community and around the world. 🌍❤️ Mother’s Day is not only a time to honor our mothers but also to recognize the indispensable role that women play in nurturing and leading our communities towards a brighter future. 🌟 Today, we reflect on the strength, courage, and dedication of Sindhi women who tirelessly advocate for justice, equality, and peace. 🕊️💪 Your contributions resonate not only within our community but also set a profound example globally. We stand in

  • Sindh Under Siege: WSC Exposes Violent Crackdown on Peaceful Protests in Sindh

    For Immediate ReleaseDate: March 17, 2024 World Sindhi Congress Calls for International Intervention Following Human Rights Violations in Larkana, Sindh The World Sindhi Congress urgently appeals to the international human rights community to address the severe violation of fundamental human rights and the suppression of peaceful protests by the Sindh police and the government of Sindh, Pakistan. On March 17, 2024, a nonviolent demonstration outside the Press Club in Larkana, orchestrated by prominent activists Sassui Lahore, Sorath Lohar, Fozia Seenghar, and Suhani Joyo, among others, was forcefully dispersed by the local law enforcement. The crackdown resulted in the unjust arrest

  • Rallying for the Rivers: The Sindhi Cry for Water Justice

    On this 27th International Day of Action for Rivers, the World Sindhi Congress voices the plight of Sindh, where the lifelines of our land face the grave injustice of water theft. For the Sindhi people, the river Indus is not merely a river; it is the very essence of our existence, deeply woven into our culture and sustenance. Yet, it suffers from the avaricious diversion of its waters, leaving our communities parched and our rich ecosystems at risk. Today, we amplify our call for #WaterForAll, demanding immediate cessation of illegal diversions and advocating for the rightful share of water to

  • Empowerment and Liberation: Celebrating International Women’s Day with World Sindhi Congress

    As the chairperson of the World Sindhi Congress, I am delighted to extend my heartfelt wishes to everyone on International Women’s Day. This day serves as a powerful reminder of the progress we’ve made towards gender equality and the journey that still lies ahead. The World Sindhi Congress has been steadfast in its dedication to the rights of women and children, vocal about the injustices they face, and proactive in illuminating the issues that disproportionately impact women in our society. We firmly believe that the freedom of Sindh is deeply intertwined with the liberation of women, emphasizing the vital role

  • Highlighting Our Voices: UK World Sindhi Congress Protest Against Extrajudicial Killings

    In a powerful demonstration of solidarity and demand for justice, the World Sindhi Congress recently staged a significant protest in the UK against the extrajudicial killing of activists in Pakistan. This pivotal event has captured the attention of international media, including a detailed coverage by ANI News. This protest underscores our ongoing commitment to spotlight human rights violations and advocate for the voiceless in Sindh, Pakistan. The gathering in the UK was not just a show of resistance but a clarion call for the global community to take notice and act. For an in-depth look at the protest, the issues

  • Remembering Anita Shah Lakyary: A Tribute to Her Enduring Legacy in Sindhi Culture and Literature

    The World Sindhi Congress deeply mourns the loss of Ms. Anita Shah Lakyary, a distinguished columnist and researcher from Sindh. Her insightful writings and dedicated research enriched Sindhi culture and literature immensely. Her passing leaves a void in the intellectual community. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to her family and admirers. Her legacy will continue to inspire future generations. read more about her here.

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