Panel for First Edition of Multiply Debate -Center for Development – Pakistan.Topic: Technological Impact: Redefining Political Opinion Formation in PakistanModerator : Saad Sultan (CDP)1. Muhammad Ovais 2. Maham Khan3. Meera Nadeem 4. Sachal Ahmed 5. Ayesha Mujeeb6. Madeeha Shahid Rana (CDP) .
Posted by Center for Development – Pakistan on Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Topic: Technological Impact: Redefining Political Opinion Formation in Pakistan
Panel for First Edition of Multiply Debate –Center for Development – Pakistan.
Moderator : Saad Sultan (CDP)
1. Muhammad Ovais
2. Maham Khan
3. Meera Nadeem
4. Sachal Ahmed
5. Ayesha Mujeeb
6. Madeeha Shahid Rana (CDP)
Announcement: Multiply Debate @ Center for Development – Pakistan.
CDP is organizing a platform for Intelligent Discussions paving way for creating new Ideas, Embracing the Centuries Old Concepts and Dissecting the Contemporary World.
Live and online we will take you to the heart of the issues that matter, in the company of some of the country’s outstanding individuals, youth and most exciting members of intelligentsia.
Center for Development – Pakistan aspires to be country’s premier debating forum and has come up with “Multiply Debates” for dialogues and intelligent discussions. The philosophy encircling Multiply is to harvest a culture of dialogue and information exchange to create new and parallel alternatives for coming generations thus creating ‘Renaissance of Ideas’.
Multiply Debate will bring students, young academics, researchers and activists together in small groups to craft their arguments, and take part in interactive sessions which expand their knowledge of topics such as International Relations, Conflict Resolution, Philosophy, Peaceful Co-existence, Culture, Arts, Creativity, History, Economics, Humanities, law and the major national and global issues of the day.
Most of Islamic State Leaders and personnel responsible for administrating the caliphate and plotting attacks have evacuated the city of Raqqah. They have moved to a Syrian town on the Euphrates River, east of Raqqa called Mayadin, as per coalition officials privy to intelligence reports.
Holy Prophet (PBUH) said, ‘The best charity is one that is given in Ramzan”.
Center for Development – Pakistan, this year is organizing Iftar (Breaking of Fast) for 100 people, sequentially in different parts of Pakistan including Islamabad/Rawalpindi, Azad Jammu Kashmir (Rawalakot Sector near LOC), Northern Areas and Punjab.
As well as, one month’s Ration (Food itmes) for 200 deserving families will be distributed, so that they can celebrate Ramadan and Eid with rest of us.
Each Iftari for 100 will cost: PKR 23000/- Approximately that includes:
Dates, Summer Drink, Fruits, Rice Platter.
Each Ration Package of 20.3 Kgs for each family will cost: PKR 2040/- that includes:
Wheat Flour, Cooking Oil,Pulses, Red Beans , Sugar, Tea, Salt, Dates.
Total Ration Packages to be distributed among 200 familes ( 1000 persons).
Join us by contributing and volunteering for this cause.
Account Title: Rana Muhammad Saad Sultan
Account Number: 0010025377370017
Branch code: 0584
Allied Bank – F-8/3 Markaz, Islamabad, Pakistan
IBAN: PK52 ABPA 0010 0253 7737 0017
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President Center for Development – Pakistan, Saad Sultan with our youngest volunteer at Ramzan Drive 2017 at Dhok Drake,Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir!
由 Center for Development – Pakistan 发布于 2017年6月2日
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