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!
70 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Pakistan and Germany
Key note Speech of His Excellency Mr. Bernhard Schlagheck, Ambassador of Federal Republic of Germany to Pakistan, at Friedrich Naumann Foundation Pakistan`s event “Celebrating Unity in Diversity: Book Launch and Cultural Night” at Lok Virsa, Islamabad, 25 Feb 2021.
Celebrating Unity in Diversity
How can one talk about diversity and explain the concept of Federalism using arts? FNF Pakistan in 2020 rose to the challenge when due to COVID a number of planned workshops were converted into digital panel discussion on zoom or facebook. This is that story!
Terms of Reference for “Project End Evaluation of EU Funded Project: DLG Pakistan”
The deadline to submit the Expression of Interest (EoI) is Monday 28 June 1800 hrs at email@example.com
Why is Eco-Driving Important in the wake of climate change?
What are the linkage between how we drive cars and the SMOG -that descends increasingly every winter in Lahore, Karachi and now in the twin cities?
Pakistan: Water Crisis is a Regional Political Challenge
Since its independence in 1947, Pakistan has faced many political and economic challenges. Among others, one of the major and long-term challenges for Pakistan is neither extremism nor terrorism, but the lethal combination of climate change and a rapidly growing population. Both these issues are influencing water resource- scarcity on the one hand and monsoon flash floods on the other.
Women drive politics
The role of the Women's parliamentary caucus in influencing legislation on women's right is a case in point. And yet, women continue to be underrepresented in the political and economic decision-making process. This is why FNF Pakistan hand the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan have commissioned a study on the performance of female legislators in Pakistan from 2018-2020. You can find the results of this study here.
Combatting the COVID19 Disinfodemic: A situation analysis for Pakistan
On this Data Privacy Day 2021 check out the situation analysis on Pakistan by Mehwish Batool in a competition winning essay held with our partner organization Digital Rights Foundation
She tweets at @Mehwish_Bat00l