Mehergarh is a centre for learning in the area of human rights in Pakistan, working mainly with young people. They organise annual camps to promote peace and harmony. The founder, Dr. Fouzia Saeed, is a prominent, respected figure in the field of human rights in Pakistan, particularly in speaking out against against sexual harassment. She is the author of a famous book 'Taboo' analysing the phenomenon of prostitution in Pakistan.
Mehergarh organises annual youth leadership camps, which draw participants from all across the country, from all religions and a range of backgrounds. During camps the participants are encouraged to learn about their society and promote peace and harmony in Pakistan.