The Missing Peace
This forum has been created to improve the social fabric of society in Pakistan. "The Missing Peace" is a group of people who are dedicated in bringing a change in society. The only qualification that is required for the group is the genuine intention to forward the altruistic nature of bringing people together and engage in problem solving. Although the discussion may become intense and educational in nature we also promise providing some down time for all adults who would be coming out on Sunday, April 21st, 2018.
We will start as a one group and then break off into smaller groups. The following forums will be available for discussion:
a) Single Parenting
c) Stereotypical roles of society
d) Establishing a Rapport with Children.
Followed by table discussions the groups will have some fun activities to unwind! The event will take place at Urban Kitchen, Gulberg, Lahore. The event will take place 7:30pm onwards.
Ms Bushra is the founder of Ray Academics who is vested in encouraging creativity and education in Pakistan. She has an innate desire to improve the society and is devoted to community work along with her career.
She has a Masters degree in Applied Linguistics and has learnt writing from London School of Journalism, Bath, UK. She has also done MSED (Masters of Science in Education) from Buffalo State University, Buffalo, NY. Creative in nature, she has pursued a program in Graphic Design (with Interactive Media) in Connecticut, USA and studied Short Story Writing from London School of Jounalism, Bath, UK
Ms Nashwa is a dynamic and well-travelled woman who has a philanthropic nature. She is passionate and keen on solving problem rooted in the social structure of Pakistan. She graduated from George Mason University, Virginia, USA in Economics. However, Ms Nashwa has always been intrinsically motivated to understand human nature. She is currently studying for her Masters in Clinical Psychology from BNU.
Ms Zahrah is a Lahore based visual artist in Pakistan. She is a creative person who likes to think out of the box. Her art work is mainly experimental in nature. She received her BFA with Honours with a concentration in Painting from the National College of Arts, Lahore. Currently she is teaching Painting at NCA. She has managed to expand the boundaries of her practice through experimentation in Painting, installation photography and performance. She has furthered her practice by exhibiting in galleries across Pakistan and internationally, as well as participating in an international residency at the Vermont Studio Center, USA.
Zahrah is a natural critique of social conformity and would be discussing how to break the stereo types in society