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Youth Conference on peaceful and pluralist Pakistan

Islamabad. March 22, 2011. The National Conference Youth for peaceful and pluralist Pakistan held here on Tuesday resulted in a consensus that the educational curricula need massive revision keeping in view the vivacity of social, cultural and religious communities of Pakistani society. The conference was organized by the Centre for Civic Education, Pakistan which attracted […]

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Civic Role of Higher Education

ISLAMABAD: The prime and foremost objective of education is to provide the nation with such a citizenry, which by virtue of law abiding and contribution to collective good, could be able to strengthen political,  Social and economic foundations of the society. The role of civic education for the development of human societies has been historically […]

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Youth Capacities for Rule of Law and Good Governance

Purpose “To create a capacitated group of young leaders equipped with the tools to promote amongst young people, good governance, rule of law and rejection of violence and extremism in societal conflicts.” The program aims to train a group of interested students (first semester/first year) and involve university teachers as mentors and Ambassadors of Change […]

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Spirit of Civic Education in Education Policy 2009

Excerpts from the approved policy Challenges triggered by globalisation and nation’s quest for becoming a “knowledge society”. Besides, some compelling domestic pressures such as devolution of powers, economic development and demographic transformations have necessitated a renewed commitment to proliferation of quality education for all. OVERARCHING PRIORITIES: WIDENING ACCESS AND RAISING QUALITY The objective of education […]

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National Essay Writing Competition Result Announced

National Essay Writing Competition Center for Civic Education Pakistan arranged a National Essay Writing Competition on the topic: “Role of youth for a peaceful and tolerant society in Pakistan.” One hundred and twenty one students submitted their essays in English (101) and Urdu (20) from all over the country. Female essay writers (62 percent) out […]

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Preface

Present day Pakistani generation is faced with a unique challenge. In order to follow the cherished ideal of peaceful and tolerant coexistence, it first has to set its own standards. This dual role of being simultaneously the trend setter and its adherent is unparalleled. In normal scheme of things, it is always the older generation […]

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Leadership Development Course for Youth

The Centre for Civic Education Pakistan offers a Leadership Development Course (LDC) to develop youth ?capacities for active citizenship and enhance their understanding of democratic political processes. The ?CCE-Pakistan recruits 40 potential young leaders (18 to 30 years) from all over Pakistan through a ?competitive process. Geographical and gender considerations are part of the selection […]

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