IRADA is a Pakistan-based registered independent social and policy development organization aimed at catalysing participatory reform and development through innovative research,proactive policy strategies and vigorous capacity building initiatives.
What we do: Program Areas and Services
Promoting Rights-based approach to policies supporting political pluralism. Participation and inclusion of both mainstream and marginalized communities in representative parliamentary democ
Supporting responsive governance structures through policy and procedural reforms that enable policy environment for accountable state and federating units that can promote citizen-state tru
Promoting maximum devolution of policy and practice through an enabling legal framework. Judicious distribution of resources and powers among the federating units to strengthen local govern
Supporting pluralistic participation in political and socio-economic development of all citizens. Especially marginalized and minority communities and groups through an enabling media and co
Promoting rights –based policy and civic participation developed through social and political reforms and fair access to the states resources and opportunities for equitable development and
Our Work: INITIATIVES AND CAMPAIGNS
Establishied a coalition on Media Legal Reforms to suppor...
Built the capacity of Pakistan Federal Union of Journalis...
As part of the UN (United Nations) plan of action on comb...
RESEARCH, SURVEYS, ANALYSIS & POLICIES
Pakistan Coalition on Media Legal Reforms (PCMLR)
The Coalition on Right to Information (CRTI)
Pakistan Coalition on Media Safety (PCOMS)
South Asian Media Lawyers Association (SAMLA)
Freedom of Information Advocates (FOIA)
South Asian Network for sustainability, Accountability and Responsibility (SANSA)
Voice and Accountability Forum (VAF)
FATA Reforms and Coordination Committee
Coalition and Elections and democracy (CED)
International Media Support (IMS)-DANIDA, UNESCO
Open Society Foundation (OFS), UNICEF
American Center for Labor Solidarity (ACLS)
The Bureau of Democracy
Human Rights and Labor (HRL)
Sustainable Development of Policy Institute (SDPI) and Internews