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Event Reports – Page 2 – Seplaa Young Leaders' Club International

Pak-Afghan Relations: Understanding the Obstacles to Peace

Report by Sadaf Sajid & Amna Liaqat Under the SEPLAA Young Leaders’ Club Peace Semester held from January-April 2016, the last session of the semester was conducted on ‘Regional Peace and peaceful relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan’ which focused primarily on terrorism and the mindset behind it. The blast in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park Lahore was a very Read more about Pak-Afghan Relations: Understanding the Obstacles to Peace[…]

SEPLAA Young Leaders Club School Ambassadors Trainings held for 2016

By Nayha Bano Khan Editor SYLC Young Leaders Blog. Following the recruitment of School Ambassadors for the SEPLAA Young Leaders Club, a meeting was held on Tuesday, 22nd December 2015, to brief the student ambassadors about the particulars of the exciting new program they would soon partake in. Due to the large pool of ambassadors, Read more about SEPLAA Young Leaders Club School Ambassadors Trainings held for 2016[…]

Girl Rising Pakistan Launch in Lahore

The Lahore event by Girl Rising Pakistan was launched on the 18th of December, 2013 at Avari Hotel. Amal Farooq Malik (Founder, SEPLAA YLC) is the youngest ambassador of Girl Rising Pakistan, that focuses on highlighting the problems faced by girls internationally and to find solutions for them. The movie is great and everyone must watch.  

Girl Rising Pakistan Making a Proud Statement

What started just 2 months ago as a group of committed individuals coming together to highlight the plight of girls who are not able to get their right to an education has become pretty much a ‘Movement’. A movement of like minded individuals and organizations happy to contribute their time, energies and resources to send Read more about Girl Rising Pakistan Making a Proud Statement[…]

UNICEF Consultative Session with NGOs on Child Rights & Policy Review

Report by Ribca Ralph, Trainee Sub Editor, Impact SEPLAA. The 2nd UNICEF consultative workshop with NGOs & CBOs on “Review of Child Rights Policies, Legislation and laws in Punjab” was held on the 22nd of July, 2013 at Royal Palm Golf & Country Club, Lahore. Ms. Shagufta Bhatti (Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF) touched briefly upon the topic under discussion for Read more about UNICEF Consultative Session with NGOs on Child Rights & Policy Review[…]

‘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[…]