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Resilience of people living near LoC

16 Jan 2018 | Jalaluddin Mughal
The 786 km-long Line of Control (LoC) is a de facto border which divides the erstwhile State of Jammu Kashmir between India and Pakistan. Sporadic cross-border firing is not unusual between the estranged neighbors who have fought more than three wars over the 70-years-old Kashmir dispute.

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Work with youth to build a better future for Kashmir, says a report

Islamabad | Press release
A duo of young researchers from across the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir recommends the Governments on both sides to interact frequently with the youth in order to promote a shared narrative of peace, civil liberties, harmony and coexistence.

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CPDR hosts interactive session with Justice Manzoor Gilani

ISLAMABAD | 29 September 2017
Centre for Peace, Development and Reforms (CPDR) organized an interactive session at Riphah University, Islamabad with Justice (R) Manzoor Hussain Gilani, the former Chief Justice Supreme Court of Azad Jammu & Kashmir,  who has recently visited the Kashmir Valley. The meeting aimed to enhance the understanding of the participants about the current Kashmir situation.

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Breaking the Kashmir deadlock

Ershad Mahmud | 21 June 2017
All accounts originating from Indian Occupied Kashmir have confirmed that the angry Kashmiri youth is significantly slipping towards violence. Fear of detention and harassment and the various cases of police abuse have become pointless to them. Even female students pitched themselves into protests in recent weeks.

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New Youth Policy to be launched soon, AJK set to make PSL debut, Youth Minister stated

Islamabad | 24 January 17
Azad Jammu and Kashmir Minister for youth and sports, Chaudary Muhammad Saeed pledged to launch a new youth and sport policy for AJK soon. Speaking at a training workshop titled 'youth political participation by enhancing advocacy skills' organized by Centre for Peace, Development and Reforms in collaboration with the British Council

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President AJK urged youths to take part in active politics

MIRPUR (INP) | 12 January 2017
Two industrials zones, each in Bimber and Mirpur, and an expressway from Muzaffarabad to Mirpur have been included in the CPEC which will transform AJK’s socio-economic landscaped said President of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan while addressing to the participants of a second round of youth policy dialogue organised by Centre for Peace, Development and Reforms

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