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Pakistan's youth face major problems.

Pakistan has a large youth population. An estimated 103 million or 63 per cent of the population fall under the age of 25 years. Due to endemic poverty, the majority of youth in Pakistan do not have…Continue

Started by shamroz khan kakar Jun 29, 2016.

Change in Pakistan 4 Replies

Is Pakistani young generation can change this political system of Pakistan which is not for the poor people but it is a system in which our leaders distribute money and every thing among themselves?

Started by Ather Javaid Pandit. Last reply by Zayan-Ibne-Irshad Nov 5, 2012.

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Comment by qura tul ain Hafeez on August 27, 2017 at 3:33am

Comment by Muhammad Shahid Naseem on July 16, 2015 at 4:17pm

Am new here...Let me introduce my self:
I, Muhammad Shahid Naseem, known as Shahid Rajput among my friends & social sector.Doing LLB(hons) from Gillani Law College,BZU Multan & also youth/human rights activist.I have been in the social sector since 2011. Moreover, General Secretary of a youth-led organization Justice & Progressive Organization-JPO & pioneer President of Center for Justice & Human Rights-CJHR ( a university based society), also working with others organizations & networks as a volunteer.Its honor for me to be a member of the IYC-Pakistan Chapter. 

For co-ordination & contact, you can catch me at:

Comment by MUHAMMAD AHMED on January 26, 2015 at 12:06am
Alongside the changing trends in 21st century, problems of Pakistani youth have started to dwindle. The world is a continuous process of change and so it brings with it distinctive features in which modernization in youth plays huge importance. As globalization took place, it became harder for teachers, leaders and parents to further hold back youth in homes. These students found their way to their demands. The supply had always been short but this time these young Pakistanis created their own demand and became their own suppliers. They have started to negate the old irrational conventions that have been down streaming their lives. Through the use of media, internet and self-right realization; these rising humans instilled with great zeal and zest have found a common point where they could lead their lives with cultural and contemporary trends.
Comment by Mansoor Ahmed on November 29, 2014 at 4:32am

Pakistani political system is completely changed because Pakistani youth is take interest  in politics, policies and specially our politicians.that is a great sign for Pakistani Politics.    

Comment by Mansoor Ahmed on November 29, 2014 at 4:16am

i strongly condemn to daily target killing in Karachi and another cities in Pakistan     

Comment by Mansoor Ahmed on November 29, 2014 at 4:12am

AOA to all members and please tell me updates for any activities. 

Comment by ZAINAB SAJID on July 12, 2014 at 4:54pm

As a female member here, I would encourage all other female Pakistani members to add me as a friend, too.

Comment by Muhammad Ali on May 2, 2013 at 12:56pm

Yes of course. This is the great to be change the pakistan by the votes of mass.

yoth can contribut in it. we must vote for a positive change if we want to be estblish a new pakistan.

Comment by Suneel Shatroghan on May 2, 2013 at 12:25pm

Slam to All of You..

Tell me update of any activity

Comment by Zayan-Ibne-Irshad on November 5, 2012 at 10:59am

IYC-Pakistan.. any up coming events? wat are u guys doing ? no creative discussion? 


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