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In 1986, Jahangir and Hina set up AGHS Legal Aid, the first free legal aid centre in Pakistan.
The AGHS Legal Aid Cell in Lahore also runs a shelter for women, called 'Dastak', looked after by her secretary Munib Ahmed.
Much of the media focuses on the mosque’s involvement in national and international human rights and political issues as well as the mosque’s inter-faith alliances.
Hilal-i-Imtiaz (2010)Martin Ennals Award (1995)Ramon Magsaysay Award (2005)Leo Eitinger Award (2002)Four Freedoms Award (2010)Right Livelihood Award, United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights (2018)Nishan-e-Imtiaz (2018) (Posthumously) Jahangir was known for playing a prominent role in the Lawyers' Movement and served as the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief and as a trustee at the International Crisis Group.
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In 1983, Safia, a blind 13-year-old girl, was raped by her employers, and as a result became pregnant, yet ended up in jail charged with fornication (zina) sentenced to flogging, three years of imprisonment and fined.
Jahangir defended Safia in her appeal and eventually the verdict was over-ruled by an appeals court due to pressure and protests.
Born and raised in Lahore, Jahangir studied at the Convent of Jesus and Mary before receiving her B. from Kinnaird and LLB from the Punjab University in 1978.
In 1980, she was called to the Lahore High Court, and to the Supreme Court in 1982.
at a time when few Muslim women even received higher education.