ISLAMABAD -- Speakers at a conference on Saturday stressed the need to promote social and cultural cohesion in the society to disseminate a message of peace and tolerance to the world.
The 'Volunteer Peace Conference' was organised by Paigham-e-Pakistan and Bashr-e-Pakistan in collaboration with leading youth organizations of the country here at Sir Syed Auditorium.
State Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan, Ambassador Abdul Basit Khan, Ambassador Afrasiyab Mehdi, Dr Ayesha from Fatima Jinnah University, Youth Impact CEO Abdul Samad Khan, Usman Jolaha and Bashr-e-Pakistan National Coordinator Kashif Zaheer Kamboh were prominent among those who spoke on the occasion.
More than 1500 delegates from different universities and cities participated in the conference from across the country. The main purpose of the conference was to promote volunteerism, peace and national cohesion among the youth of Pakistan. The participants discussed the need to promote awareness about how a young passionate soul can be a volunteer on social media. They also deliberated on the fifth generation warfare, peaceful co-existence and harmonious relations. The conference helped bring youth from all over the country to a single platform to help them develop their leadership skills, highlight issues, understand the challenges, and...