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Thursday, 07 November 2013 05:13

Reviving an Interfaith Legacy

Pakistan’s flag, a white star and crescent on a green background taken from the flag of the Muslim League, also has a broad white stripe on the left to represent its minority faiths, which include Christians, Hindus, Zoroastrians and others. But for many, a growing trend of violent attacks by religious militants against these groups has made that white stripe begin to feel like a tightrope — or a noose.  Read more here.

Published in News about the Centre
Saturday, 02 November 2013 10:56

Interactive Session Invitation

I want to cordially invite you and also seek your kind help in inviting maximum of your intermediate as well as baccalaureate Christian students to attend the   that is being organized by the National Commission for Peace and Justice at FCC on November 2nd, 10am to 2pm, in S-008. 
 

National Commission for Justice and Peace (NCJP) rolled out an initiative for religious minority youth to promote peace harmony and tolerance. The aim is to treat isolation, deprivation and enhance opportunities for a better future for our youth.

In this current state of violence and intolerance in society these sessions would serve very useful for the religious minority students in order to better understand their surroundings. Youth for Peace Initiative (YPI) will cater for the needs of the youth. In pursuance of the objectives of the organization and to strengthen the ongoing activities concerning peace building, this project engages with youth for peace building on one hand and providing an avenue for the youth to broaden and better their opportunities. 

Facilitation Team includes Mr. Cecil S. Chaudhry (Resource Person/Assistant Executive Director), Ms. Zorin Elizabeth (Program Coordinator).
 
Please find attached the program advertisement. Feel free to forward it to as many of our current Christian students at FCC as possible. Certificates of Participation will be presented to the participants and also Lunch will be served. Thank you for your kind help. 
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Adeel Riaz
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