Peace and Team Building Workshop-2017

By Fatima Jafar, Coordinator Seplaa Young Leader’ club. Seplaa Young Leader’s club is the name of a vision to build future leaders. Seplaa Young Leader’s club organizes different workshops and seminars for kids along with the summer camp for kids aged 8-15 years annually during summer vacations. Summer camp 2017 was all about fun and Read more about Peace and Team Building Workshop-2017[…]

The ‘Special’ Puppet Show

by Amal Malik, Co Founder SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club For our third activity with special children, we planned a puppet show on the theme ‘personal hygiene’. Dina and I planned a small script and we both performed in front of around 60 special children. The children loved the play and I wish we had made Read more about The ‘Special’ Puppet Show[…]

Inclusive Education: Is it possible in mainstream education?

by Amal Malik, Co Founder SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club The Rising Sun Institute invited the SEPLAA Young Leaders Club to take part in a Seminar on Inclusive Education. I attended and learnt a lot about the various policy loop holes, difficulties of the physically challenged and the importance of inclusive education. Inclusive education means that Read more about Inclusive Education: Is it possible in mainstream education?[…]

‘We want skills development for all children!’ told to UNICEF

Report by Mrs. Amina Liaqat, Coordinator SEPLAA Foundation. In July, the SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club Co Founder, 8 year old Dina Farooq Malik was the only second child apart from her sister who were invited to the UNICEF Consultative Session on Child Rights Law Review. It was a very important event attended by over 30 very big NGOs in Lahore. Read more about ‘We want skills development for all children!’ told to UNICEF[…]

‘What children should really get…’ being told to UNICEF by SEPLAA YLC

Report by Mrs. Amina Liaqat, Coordinator SEPLAA Foundation. In July, the SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club Founder, 9 1/2  year old Amal Farooq Malik was invited to the UNICEF Consultative Session on Child Rights Law Review. It was a very important event attended by over 30 very big NGOs in Lahore. Amal was one of the Read more about ‘What children should really get…’ being told to UNICEF by SEPLAA YLC[…]

Reading: Watching a movie in your head without needing electricity!

by Amal Farooq Malik Report on the SEPLAA YLC  ‘Child Summer Leadership Development Session 3 on Reading Skills’ held in July, 2013: ‘The more that you read, the more things that you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.’ – Dr. Seuss  Reading is a great activity. On the 3rd SEPLAA Read more about Reading: Watching a movie in your head without needing electricity![…]

Visiting Egypt while sitting in Lahore!

by Amal Farooq Malik. Report on the SEPLAA YLC ‘Child Summer Leadership Development Session 2 on Research Skills & Cultural Exchange with Theme: Egypt’. Joke: Did you hear about the crooked Egyptian Judge who had his ears chopped off as a punishment? He never heard another case again. In June during a Child Summer Leadership Read more about Visiting Egypt while sitting in Lahore![…]

A Visit to Children Complaint Office Ombudsman Punjab

By Amal Farooq Malik (Age 9 years) On Saturday 1st December I went to visit the Children Complaint Office (CCO) Ombudsman Punjab with my mother and sister Dina. The building was grey and not as I imagined it would be like. I had imagined it as a colorful building with pictures of children on the walls Read more about A Visit to Children Complaint Office Ombudsman Punjab[…]