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Digital society is the only option for sustainable development

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Inaugural of Sustainable Development Conference of SDPI at Presidency

President Dr Arif Alvi inaugurated SDPI's 22nd conference

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Firdous Ashiq Awan Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting.

Firdous Ashiq Awan Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Addressing SDPI's Annual SD Conference 2019.

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Youth and peace building

Youth should be given voice and space in decision making

Youth and peace building

Youth should be given voice and space in decision making

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THEMES

Economic Development
Self-employment by using entrepreneurial skills is the solution to the rising unemployment in the job market, which has a few jobs for the new arrivals. The “Annual Entrepreneurship Conference” organized by the Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) and FAST National University, in Islamabad concluded with the note that matchmaking between the market opportunities and the individuals having required skills can play important part in absorbing 54,000 new graduates, who enter the job market every year. Our Correspondent Raja Taimur Hassan has the story…
Food Security
The government has launched the draft of national food and nutrition security policy to counter food insecurity in the country. The policy aims to reduce poverty by 50 per cent by 2030 and bring down poverty and food insecurity to zero level till 2050. The event was hosted by the Ministry of National Food Security and Research in Islamabad. Fatima Mansoor has more . . .
Peace and Conflict
People's mistrust of politicians and their frustration over bad governance was reflected in the interaction between participants of a national peace summit and politicians on Saturday. However, the Youth activists' subsequent messages, full of hope and determination, to change the country's conflict-ridden reality, offered a glimmer of hope.Wasif Naqvi has the report...
SD Conference
CUTS Anniversary Session:The Future of India-Pakistan Trade and Economic Relation
Environment
Climate Change has made it necessary for India and Pakistan to cooperate for the best utility of the water sector. These views were shared by the delegates of the track II dialogue between Pakistan-India, on Climate Change for Peace. Our correspondent Kashmala Chaudhry has more to tell…
Governance
A recently published book titled ‘Growth and Inequality in Pakistan’ authored by Dr Hafiz A. Pasha discusses the reform agenda of the government and how to revive the real sectors of economy. It follows a set of policies and actions required to stabilize the balance of payments as well as public finances of the country.
Social Sector Development
South Asian Network on Sustainability and Responsibility (SANSAR), a regional platform on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) with offices in Bangladesh, India, and Afghanistan, has launched its Pakistan chapter at Islamabad. At the launching ceremony organized by SDPI, speakers said that from the platform of SANSAR-Pakistan businesses would be encouraged to adopt CSR practices in order to bridge the gape between corporate sector and communities. Raja Taimur Hassan has more to tell...
Miscellaneous
Due to poor crop harvesting and fruit preserving techniques, Pakistan manages to export only 5.4 percent of its annual mango produce. What are the bottlenecks and hurdles in the way of optimizing exports of mangoes? Our correspondent Raja Taimur Hassan attended the annual Mango Conference organized by the consortium of stakeholders to bring this story to you...