April 12, 2022
LAHORE —The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) observed the first death anniversary of I A Rehman, the organization's former honorary spokesperson and secretary-general.
In a statement, the HRCP said: "Under Rehman's steady leadership, which lasted over 25 years, HRCP grew into an internationally credible human rights organization and maintained its independence and non-partisanship.
"In this time, Rehman mentored scores of young human rights defenders across the country, all of whom recall his warmth, perspicacity, and unshakeable integrity."
Throughout his life, Rehman championed a wide range of human rights causes.
As a veteran journalist, he also wrote with exceptional clarity to advocate an end to enforced disappearances and the death penalty while defending constitutionalism, freedom of expression, and the rights of religious minorities.
The Nation, October 9, 2018
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