The Muslim Charities Forum and Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund – in support from the British Pakistan Foundation, I-Genius and QED – are hosting a conference titled “Looking beyond 2015: Pakistan post Millennium Development Goals” to be held on Tuesday 3rd December 2013 at Church House, Westminster, London.
The full day conference aims to host a series of panel discussions with key civil society institutions and aid agencies, government bodies/parliamentarians from the UK, USA, EU and Pakistan and with members of the Pakistani diaspora based in the UK. Together we will discuss what the future holds for the country and what role each organization can play in lifting Pakistan out of poverty.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi will be the keynote speaker at the conference, with Simon Danczuk MP (Vice Chair APPG on Pakistan), Asif Rangoonwala (Successful Entrepreneur, Chairman of British Pakistan Foundation and Trustee of British Asian Trust) and Saleh Saeed from the Disasters Emergency Committee taking part in panel sessions alongside representatives from the World Bank, ICRC, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Oxfam and ODI – as well as numerous aid agencies, academics and the Pakistani Diaspora.
You can find out more information at www.beyond2015pakistanconference.org.
If you have any dietary requirements and to RSVP please contact Naima Korane at the Muslim Charities Forum by 24th November 2013 by email to firstname.lastname@example.org