Jul 01, 2012 | Published by admin
MIRPUR : Civil society representatives at a discourse on Saturday resolved that granting more powers to the Azad Kashmir (AJK) government is essential for the state’s socio-economic development, peace and prosperity.
The fourth round of dialogue on a report by Centre for Peace, Development and Reforms (CPDR), titled “An appraisal of constitutional, financial and administrative arrangements between the government of Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK)”, was held in the picturesque town of Rawalakot.
Civil society representatives, leaders of various political parties, lawyers, academicians and the representatives of print and electronic media attended the conference amidst reports of shutter-down strike by local traders over prolonged power outages. Continue Reading »
Expanding Cross-LoC Interactions: A Conflict Transformation approach to Kashmir’ by Dr Shaheen Akhtar
May 13, 2012 | Published by admin
Expanding cross-LoC interactions: A Conflict Transformation approach to Kashmir’ by Dr Shaheen Akhtar
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May 11, 2012 | Published by admin
Centre for Peace, Development and Reform (CPDR) held 3rd round of dialogue on its report titled “An Appraisal of Constitutional, Financial and Administrative Arrangements between the Governments of Pakistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir” with the representatives Continue Reading »
May 04, 2012 | Published by admin
Muzaffarabad May 3
Marking the 7th anniversary of Cross LoC Bus Service by reflecting back to the April 2005, Centre for Peace Development & Reforms (CPDR) launched its recent publication titled “Peacebuilding and Economic Potential of Cross-LoC Trade” jointly produced by the Indus Research Foundation (IRF) Continue Reading »
May 03, 2012 | Published by admin
This is the first documentary film to be shot on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC).
Making the film was a significant success in itself as the two journalists who produced it – Mohammad Arif Urfi and Pawan Bali – are from either side of the LoC in Kashmir and were not able to meet in their home region. In the final two minutes of the film they talk about their own experience of working together across the divide.