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Pakistan Commission Report Briefing
Pakistan Commission Report Briefing
University Of Central Punjab, 1 - Khayaban-e-Jinnah Road, Johar Town, Lahore, Lahore, Pakistan, Lahore

19 May 2014 | Before 2075 days | 389 Views

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OPPORTUNITY PAKISTAN COMMISSION ON SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION You are cordially invited a to briefing on the findings of the i-genius international Commission to Pakistan in September 2013, which looked at the country’s potential as a leader in social entrepreneurship and innovation.The findings of the Commission highlighted the considerable potential for Pakistani social entrepreneurs to contribute to the overall development of the Pakistan economy and the beneficial impact to local communities, country and region as a whole.The Commission, convened by i-genius, comprising 15 members from UK, Italy, Australia and Pakistan, visited Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Punjab to ascertain the opportunities and challenges facing the development of social entrepreneurship and innovation. In understanding its work, the Commission was mindful of the positive changes taking place such as the historic transfer of power from one democratically elected government to another, the talent residing amongst young people, the growing empowerment of women and the long tradition of social giving.A brief summary of our tour (press report, tour pictures, video coverage etc) could be seen here: future plans include an international conference in Lahore, November 2014 and the creation of a new social investment fund as part of numerous other recommendations contained in the Commission’s Islamabad Statement. The briefings in the UK represent an important dimension in engaging the British Pakistani Diaspora in this future work.Specifically, the briefings will cover:- Macro overview of Pakistan today - Opportunities for social entrepreneurship and social businesses - Policy recommendations for government, business, NGOs, educational institutions, financial providers - Future plansChaired by: Ms. Aneeqa Malik, Commissioner/The Loop Global ManagementA short film on the Commission’s tour to Pakistan will also be shown


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