SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women in Peace

Report created by SEW-EGAP Team. The 4th Policy Dialogue on Women Empowerment in Pakistan on the theme ‘Women, Peace Education & Way Forward’ was held at the SEPLAA Foundation today under the SEW-EGAP Co Founder Mrs. Ammara Farooq Malik. Several ideas were floated and participants made recommendations for the SEPLAA Foundation University Program and the Read more about SEW-EGAP Policy Dialogue on Women in Peace[…]

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’[…]

Putting 28 O level As into perspective

By Ammara Farooq Malik, Founder SEPLAA Foundation The following post was published here in the Express Tribune Blog. Pakistani youth are unfortunately stuck in a conundrum. Call it a rat race for grades and/or pseudo-intellectual ideals. I posted a link on facebook about Syed Zohaib Asad a young Pakistani boy who recently passed 28 O Level subjects with As. To be Read more about Putting 28 O level As into perspective[…]