Mariam Chughtai SEWEGAP Power Woman 2016

We are proud to announce our first SEWEGAP Power Woman for 2016: Mariam Chughtai has a Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.) from Harvard University specializing in Education Policy, Leadership and Instructional Practice. Her doctoral thesis focused on the politics of making and breaking national identity in Pakistan through the use of history textbooks. Mariam has two Read more about Mariam Chughtai SEWEGAP Power Woman 2016[…]

SEW-EGAP Power Women 2016-2017 Announced

We have come to the end of our first year together. There have been highs and lows and definitely many lessons learnt. Some of our previous SEW-EGAP Council members went beyond what was expected of their Council position and contributed to SEW-EGAP in many meaningful ways. While others kept us on our toes…running after them. Read more about SEW-EGAP Power Women 2016-2017 Announced[…]

SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women & Corporate Sustainability: Breaking the Glass Ceiling

On 11th June 2015, the first SEW-EGAP Networking Lunch for professional women was held and was attended by a number of prominent professional women. During the lunch, there was a discussion on the Dialogue topic, ‘Women in Corporate Sustainability’ and the SEW-EGAP members were introduced to professionally distinguished women. The key speakers at the Dialogue Read more about SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women & Corporate Sustainability: Breaking the Glass Ceiling[…]

SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women & Corporate Sustainability: Breaking the Glass Ceiling

On 11th June 2015, the first SEW-EGAP Networking Lunch for professional women was held and was attended by a number of prominent professional women. During the lunch, there was a discussion on the Dialogue topic, ‘Women in Corporate Sustainability’ and the SEW-EGAP members were introduced to professionally distinguished women. The key speakers at the Dialogue Read more about SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women & Corporate Sustainability: Breaking the Glass Ceiling[…]

SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women & Disability Generates Debate.

On 23rd May 2015, SEW- EGAP Women Empowerment Policy Dialogue on ‘Women and Disability’ was held at SEPLAA Foundation. This conference is a part of SEPLAA’s Women Empowerment Policy Dialogue Series, which is a program serving to deliberate about the practice of women empowerment and the status of women in today’s Pakistani society, and representing Read more about SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women & Disability Generates Debate.[…]

SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women in Education focuses on need for ‘Value Education’

  The SEPLAA Foundation started it’s SEW-EGAP Women Empowerment Policy Dialogue Series in Lahore with the aim to touch upon six topics concerning the well being of women. The first Focus Group Discussion was held on the overarching theme ‘Process of Women Empowerment in Pakistan: Achievements and challenges’. Participants highlighted the various areas of interest Read more about SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women in Education focuses on need for ‘Value Education’[…]

SEW-EGAP Lahore Chapter monthly meeting held on 18th April, 2015

  The monthly SEW-EGAP Lahore Chapter meeting was held on Saturday, 18th April, 2015 at the JUS & REM upper mall road office in Lahore. A total of 8 members attended the meeting, namely Ms. Ammara Farooq, Ms. Zahra Wyne, Ms. Saima Asghar Riaz, Ms. Shaista Hassan, Ms. Zarin Shoaib, Ms. Zainab Iqtidar, Ms. Amna Read more about SEW-EGAP Lahore Chapter monthly meeting held on 18th April, 2015[…]

CEO SEPLAA Foundation selected to be the head of civil society for the Pak-US Alumni Network 2015.

  The Pakistan US Alumni Network announced its Executive Council for the Lahore Chapter in which Ms. Ammara Farooq Malik , IVLP Alumna was nominated to be on board as an executive member and head of civil society group. The ceremony took place at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce along with several other executive members Read more about CEO SEPLAA Foundation selected to be the head of civil society for the Pak-US Alumni Network 2015.[…]

SEW-EGAP International Council formed

The International SEW-GAP council has a global outreach that can pave way to collective gender equality and sustainable development strategy through SEPLAA Foundation and its executive members. We are proud to announce the following members as part of the International SEW-EGAP council: 1. Sadaf Abid: SEW-EGAP Executive Council, U.A.E. International Wing. 2. Nida Khawaja: SEW-EGAP Executive Council, Read more about SEW-EGAP International Council formed[…]