Women Workers Help Line (WWHL) was established in January 2000. It is an independent, non-profit making, non-governmental organization, registered under the Societies Act (1860), with its secretariat office in Lahore, Pakistan.

During the last twelve years, it has made tremendous efforts to resolve working women problems; ranging from workplace difficulties to legal issues. WWHL launched campaigns, organized rallies, seminars, workshops and dialogues to highlight women issues and create awareness about constitutional and legal rights of women.
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Major Program Areas:
  • Community Based Area Development Program
  • Organization and Mobilization among Women and Young Girls
  • Protecting and working for Home based workers
  • Raising awareness in terms of violence against women
  • Women Political Education and Equal Representation at Decision Making Level
  • Awareness, Advocacy & Lobbying for Legal Rights
  • Strong Networking with National, Regional & International Movements

18th September 2013
Women Workers Help Line WWHL organized a Demonstaraton in against Rap case of Five years Old Girl in Lahore, in front of Lahore Press Club

5th July 2013
Women Workers Help Line WWHL organized a seminar titled ‘Present Political Situation of Pakistan and its Effects on Working Class

June 2013
Women Workers Help Line WWHL Join hands to Implement AWWAZ-Voices and Accountablity program with support of South Asia Partnership
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Objectives:
  • Struggle for women equal representation in political process/at decision making level
  • Organize women workers to formulate and strengthen trade unions
  • Struggle for new legislation for Informal workers/ Home Based Workers
  • Implementation of Labor and Social Security Laws
  • Struggle for elimination of discriminatory laws against women
  • Provision of legal help to victims of violence/sexual harassment
  • Networking with like-minded civil society organizations, fronts, forums