The Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center invites you to attend “Pakistan’s Youth: Advocates for Change,” a panel discussion and networking reception with its Emerging Leaders of Pakistan (ELP) in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Young Development Fellow
Planning Commission of Pakistan
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Deputy Secretary General
Progressive Youth Forum
Associate Director, South Asia Center
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In a country where youth account for nearly two thirds of the population, Pakistan’s youth today stand to play a pivotal role in the nation’s future in a way that is ripe with new possibilities. The number of young change-makers in Pakistan who want to change the environment around them is inspiring. Their energy is palpable – it holds a lot of potential behind it, and if channeled correctly can have a tangible impact. The Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center launched the Emerging Leaders of Pakistan (ELP) fellowship program to identify and support young people in Pakistan who have the potential of becoming future leaders by providing resources and opportunities to strengthen their engagement within civil society.
Fifteen Pakistan-based fellows from diverse backgrounds are serving as the third ELP fellowship class. Recently returned from the United States, where they met with policymakers, entrepreneurs, and civil society leaders, the ELP fellows will share their experiences with the Islamabad community. Please join us for this interactive discussion where they will highlight their ongoing work and vision for Pakistan. The 2012 and 2013 ELP Fellows will also be in attendance.
There will be a reception following the discussion. We hope you can make it!