3rd NYSP, Gilgit Baltistan

Our National Summit Series

The National Youth Summit is the series introduce by the Center for Sustainability Research and Practice(CSRP) with the aim of bringing together policy makers, young people and relevant stakeholders to consider and discuss the role of young people in decision making and policy implementation with special focus on youth policy development before the next elections. The summit will bring together young people from all parts of Pakistan together. The main objective of the summits is to provide the young people with a platform where they discuss the role of young people in policy making alongside the policy makers. The summit will also provide young people with the opportunity to inform and influence policy makers on the issues that are impacting their lives. The summit will be an annual gathering  with equal representation of both males and females including the ethnic minorities.

3rd National Youth Summit Pakistan 

(Gilgit-Baltistan)

The summit which started with an appreciated note of  Naseem Khan Achakzai, Director NYSP and CSRP, alongside Minister for Sports and Youth, Jahangir Khanzada, Lt. General (Retd) Shafahat Shah, and was proceeded for two days. The selected candidates examined inventive thoughts with policy makers and pertinent partners. Additionally, youth investigated new avenues to impact the experts and implanted resolutions for the shrouded complexities of political framework. The summit was an annual gathering of 165 young people with equal representation of both males and females including the ethnic minorities. The National Youth Summit was divided in to four main pillars, tackling topics of interest to the youth of Pakistan, creating a platform to express views, present ideas and share their experiences.  The main whole titled as ‘Challenges faced by Youth: Means to overcome towards building a better future’ got speakers named as Senator Ayesha Raza Farooq, Dr. Fouzia Waqar, Mr. Fashat and Mansoor Azam Qazi. Dr. Fouzia Waqar underlined the role of women in making establishments where the legislature has put 15% quota and examined the Fair Representation Act.The exchange recommended that women is the actual backbone which could assemble an extension to both thriving and poise of any country. The base 33% portrayal of women in the state mechanical assembly isn’t fundamental for state fabricating however SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) also. After that, Mansoor Azam Qazi delivered his motivational speech where he discussed the role of youth in policy making spectrum and some other ground realities. He suggested measures to overcome the problems being faced by young generation, in which he explored his life experiences. He also discussed “Paigham-e-Pakistan” which we can say a sort of fatwa sought by Government of  Pakistan to counter the prevailing narrative of terrorism. He recognized his significance as 1,800 religious scholars has signed it and is prepared by Islamic University Islamabad. In addition to that, he discussed Mashal Khan case and the court verdict along the role of youth in any platform. According to him, a youth is trustees of both prosperity and posterity if and only they decide to do so. No power on earth can undo the resolve of determined young minds. Initially day of summit finished with the recognition of  Dr. Asma Jahangir which strived for the duration of her life to put resolve for manage of law and popular government. Promote on, a supper was masterminded appoints by Sports and Youth Minister Jahanger Khanzada at the Swimming Pool Complex and it finished entertainingly with melodies of Patriotism, performed by the individuals from Music Society, UoL.

Activities in the other days of Summit

Peshawar Zalmi, through the Zalmi Foundation, is co-hosting the 3rd National Youth Summit along with other Universities and Institutes in the picturesque Gilgit-BALTISTAN from 8th to 10th of August.

The Third National Youth Summit on ‘Governance, Environment and Social Cohesion’ Aims at focusing on the prevalent issues in Pakistan. Students from Universities across Pakistan will participate to exchange, experience and explore.

Several Workshops, Debates, and Conferences will be held where Students will exchange thoughts and ideas to work towards becoming Leaders of Tomorrow.

Exhibition Cricket and Polo Matches will also be played alongside the event.

  • Networking
  • Youth Talks
  • Activities
some videos and media coverage

PATRONS

Awais-Raoof
Mr. Awais Raoof
Chairman BOG, University of Lahore & CSRP

We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends.

jehangir-Khanzada
Jehangir Khanzada
Minister for Youth and Sports Punjab

Youth is the best time to be rich, and the best time to be poor. .

OUR PARTNERS

Our Team

Naseem Khan Achakzai

Naseem is the Founding Director of Center for Sustainability Research and Practice, UOL and the Founder of the International Youth Summit Series. He holds a Masters degree in Public administration and is also a Commonwealth Scholar for MSc Poverty Reduction at SOAS, University of London.

Elyas Kakar

He started his career with Capital TV as Social Media Executive. Being an effective social media practitioner, Elyas has a service-oriented mindset and has organized several projects for various organizations. He has also conducted various non-profit fundraising projects; he has also worked on cordial ties with political mainstream and members of civil society. Youth empowerment and SDGs are his main area of focus.

Saddam Shah

Studying Defence and Strategic Studies at QAU, Islamabad. He writes in Balochistan Voices and CPSD and a member of National Youth Assembly, Pakistan. Social Activist, Writer and actively participates in youth events. “Contribute through all means of knowledge for the well-being of people around and on the earth”

Ume Kulsoom

Student of MBBS at BMC, Quetta and Graduate of kinnaired College, Lahore. Writer, Public Speaker, Social Activist. The motto of Ume Kulsoom: “The world gives the givers, and takes away from the takers. The sole purpose of my life is to just become a “giver” (inspired by Qaiser Abbas).

Sheeraz Ahmed

He has done B.E Civil Engineering. Recently, he is pursuing career-prep fellowship from Amal Academy. Besides, He participated in an International conference named as International Youth Summit Lahore that was themed as Sustainability, Peace and Education. His area of interests are Role of Pakistani Youth in Governance, Education and Water Crisis. Because of such interests, he works with local organizations and sensitization campaigns. “Young and efficient person believes in working for social, moral and systematic reforms, needed to make the society worth living”