How do we want to live? Our office in Islamabad has been working for a peaceful and progressive Pakistan since 1986. Since then FNF Pakistan office has been seeking to answer this very question: How do we want to live? As individuals we are all entitled to personal dignity and freedom. It has been FNF`s mission to make these principles valid for all. We want people to realize the project of their lives! We promote a social and political environment where every individual can become the pilot of his/her lives!
Pak-German Trade Relations
The Trade volume between Germany and Pakistan hovers around 3 billion per year (before the Pandemic) is the biggest within the EU. The interesting fact is – it’s very rarely the case with Germany- that Pakistan even has a trade surplus. Tanvir Shahzad shares his observations which can increase this trade volume between Germany and Pakistan. #DostiKay70Saal #PakGermanDosti
Accessible MPs, candid answers, mutual exchange
During this program we got a chance to learn from German parliamentarians, experts in communication and research institutes. From Pakistan side many members from Provincial assemblies, civil society representatives and journalists participated.
Future Vision of Pakistan-German Relationships
"Walls and bridges are made of bricks and we need to demolish the walls (like Berlin wall) and build bridges." Zafarullah Khan, an IAF alumni himself shared the proceedings of the 19th IAF Alumni gathering in Lahore which was also celebrating 70-year of Pak-German relations.
New Dimensions in International Journalism
From tips on how journalists can work independently as content creators to the numerous bottlenecks in drafting legislation and implementation practices for most newly-proposed laws. Read what Ramshey Ahmed learned during the two day in person workshop by IAF Gummersbach Alumnus.
Pak-Germany at 70
Pakistan-Germany ties have come a long way since the establishment of formal diplomatic ties in 1951. There is certainly room for further progress and improvement in the bilateral relations. Guest commentary by IAF Gummersbach Alumni Dr Huma Baqai, Associate Professor of Social Sciences & Liberal Arts, Faculty of Business Administration, IBA Karachi.
The politico-social changes under the Taliban rule
From lipsticks and music to flags and fleeing the country. Read the observations by Azaz Syed, a senior investigative journalist from Pakistan as he talked to people in Kabul, right before and after the Taliban take over in Afghanistan.
Crisis demands engagement - not isolation
What can the big 7 countries learn from the culmination of a foreign intervention in Afghanistan? Accountability , active engagement and economic activity. Read the analysis by our IAFGummersbach Alumni Imtiaz Gul on the situation in Afghanistan after 31st August 2021