A MAGAZINE FOR THE YOUTH, BY THE YOUTH, OF THE YOUTH
Since its release in early 2001, BARGAD Magazine has established itself as an indispensable source of information and knowledge on youth in Pakistan.
The uniqueness of the BARGAD Magazine is that it publishes youth perspective and its text is mostly generated by the youth themselves under advisory of Iqbal Haider Butt.
Another notable aspect of the Magazines contents is that its every issue is a special number on a dedicated theme of youth.
Material on youth is quite rare in Pakistan and the BARGAD Magazine was an effort to fill information and knowledge gap in line with the organizational mandate: To Promote Peace, Justice and Cooperation among Youth in Pakistan. It has proved not only to be an exclusive youth voice, but also has served as reference for those who are engaged in their research, policy and development work on Pakistani youth.
It is because of such initiatives like this Magazine that now the public and policy circles in the country are compelled to take note of the youth as a special area of focus. The issue & marginal position in Pakistan is growing decreasing as compared to when we started this Magazine.
The frequency of the BARGAD Magazine has been varied from quarterly to bi-annual. We are providing here full access to a few volumes of the Magazine, which you can also download. It is hoped that this youth-oriented text will prompt you to think over youth.
We also welcome if you have any comments, suggestions or feedback on the BARGAD magazine. Nevertheless, writing for the Magazine is deeply appreciated. You can please email your submissions to email@example.com.
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TITLE: Classism in Campuses
The magazine consists of reports, views, news, campaigns, in-depth interviews and dialogues of students and leaders on student politics and how the present students and past leaders by their own experience are calling for a new student politics that is based on peace, students welfare, education and women leadership in campuses
TITLE: The Youth
The magazine unfolds pressures on youth, reasons for their aggressive, radical and violent activities and policies made for youth by the federal youth ministry.
TITLE: Student Politics: Need for a New Social Contract
TITLE: Vol-I Our Educational Polices:Where is the Fault Line?
Vol-II Our Educational Polices: In Search of Lost Horizons?
This magazine is 2nd special number on review of national education policies of 1966, 1969, 1970, 1972, 1979, 1992, 1998 and 2007. The previous number dealt with the national education policies of colonial times, 1947, 1951 and 1957.
TITLE: Marriage: Getting Married& . A Dilemma
The magazine educates the reader about the major institution of our society Marriage and adds the perspectives of younger generation and older generation about the institution. It also highlights the importance of Nikhanama and explains its clauses especially related to women rights.
TITLE: Higher Education Reforms
The magazine provides an insight into the on-going higher education reforms in Pakistan. Students perspective has been specially highlighted, which is so far missing in the policy process.
TITLE: Peaceful Society
The magazine focuses upon youth peace in Pakistan especially highlighting the circumstances and radicalization in the educational institutions.
TITLE: Punjab University
The magazine gives an insider s view of the students problems in the campuses and the role of administration in resolving these issues.
This volume explores the concept and dynamics of globalization from the peoples perspective and analyzes impact of globalization on youth. It also highlights the issues of women empowerment and women rights in a changing world.
TITLE: Women in Politics
The magazine highlights the role of women and youth in democracy, role of values in violence and discrimination against women and also includes the opinion of students.
TITLE: Violence in Educational Institutions
The focal issue in the magazine is violence, student issues and violence and radicalization in educational institutions of Pakistani universities and comparison between the environment of Quaid-i-Azam and Punjab University.