By Asad Hashim (13 Apr 2021): Economic privileges accorded to Pakistan’s elite groups, including the corporate sector, feudal landlords, the political class and the country’s powerful military, add up to an estimated $17.4bn, or roughly 6 percent of the country’s economy, …Read More »
Institute for Social & Economic Justice (ISEJ) is not-for-profit, non-governmental organization, registered under Societies Act 1860. It is made up of activists and ordinary folk who stand up against injustice. We undertake robust research on socio-economic issues and co-ordinate hard-hitting campaigns that challenge the powerful and seek to bring about social and economic justice for the poor of Pakistan. Our main areas of work include; privatization, public debt, tax and economic justice. We put pressure on decision-makers, organize public opposition to anti-people policies, and produce action researches, to present alternatives to corporate-led globalization and IFIs-led financial structures.