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Making Sense of Electoral Demography of Pakistan

Centre for Civic Education Pakistan arranged a conversation with youth on “Making sense of Electoral Demography of Pakistan” on Wednesday Nov., 8, 2017 in Islamabad as part of its Electoral Literacy Campaign. This topic was all the more relevant in the current scenario as the preliminary results of the Census-2017 have been announced

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RTI Act 2017-Legislative Leap Forward

Centre for Civic Education Pakistan has welcomed the passage of Right of Access to Information Act, 2017 after due parliamentary processes, debate and discussion. ‘We consider it as a historic gift to the citizens of Pakistan by the Parliament of Pakistan’ said Hafsa Zafar, Executive Director of the Centre.

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Training of Trainers Workshop

The Centre organized a three-day Training of Trainers (TOT) Workshop titled, ‘Road to Election-2018: Electoral Reforms’ at Hillview Hotel Islamabad. Twenty-two participants from across the country were trained by leading experts.

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Obituary: Muhammad Yousaf

Mr. Muhammad Yousaf (1956-2017) a distinguished and dedicated member of the Board of Directors, Centre for Civic Education left this temporal world for his final abode on September 4, 2017. The Centre paid tribute to his meritorious services for the organization spread over a decade. May Allah rest his soul in peace in heaven.

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10th International Day of democracy

The Centre celebrated 10th International Day of Democracy on September 15, 2017 at Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. It was an interactive dialogue on the day’s theme,

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Electoral Literacy

Pakistan is on the road to Election-2018, and if it goes smoothly, it will be the second consecutive civilian to civilian transition in country’s troubled political history. The incumbent government will complete its 5-year constitutional term on May 31, 2018 and then within 60-day the next general elections will be held.

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Narrative for rights based Pakistani future

ISLAMABAD – Centre for Civic Education Pakistan (CCEP) on Friday hailed the establishment of National Commission for Human Rights yet expressing its concern about impeding threats to constitutionally acknowledged citizen’s Rights to Association.

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Federation and the provinces urged to resolve conflicts at the CCI, the NEC, and the NFC

ISLAMABAD:  Besides crying foul for encroaching in provincial domains on part of federal government, speakers at a national seminar in Islamabad pointed out lethargic provincial governments in devising mechanisms and introducing legislation after the 18th amendment passed in 2010. Speakers were also of the view that instead of raising issues at outside forums, federal government […]

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Islamabad Resolve-2016

Adopted at annual National Conference on Narratives for rights based Pakistani future, January 2016 We the peace loving citizens with our unwavering faith in our prosperous federal-democratic future salute the civic courage of 50,000 plus citizens and citizens-in-uniform who paid the highest humanly possible price to sustain Pakistani dream. We particularly acknowledge the unsung heroes […]

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Critical Conversations for our Democratic Future

Speakers at a conference on “Critical Conversations for our Democratic Future” have called for inclusion of Constitution as part of regular curriculum and extra-curricular activities at all levels of education to deepen the understanding of the merits of the constitutional democratic process and pluralism. At the conference in Lahore, vice-chancellors of public sector universities suggested […]

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