The Punjab Bar Council is a deliberative assembly of lawyers in Punjab. It was established by the Parliament of Pakistan under the Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils Act 1973 (Act XXXV of 1973) and began functioning on the 1st of January 1974. The Punjab Bar Council is the largest Provincial Bar Council in Pakistan, with more than 100,000 Licensed advocates and 127 Bar Associations working under its jurisdiction.
The Youth Advocacy Network (YAN) Pakistan is the first youth-led and democratic network made and run by the young people of Pakistan, aimed at creating a forum for dialogue, discussion, and cooperation about sexual and reproductive health and the rights of young people in Pakistan.
Strengthening Participatory Organization (SPO) is a not-for-profit, non-governmental, rights and responsibilities-based organization registered in 1994 under the Companies Ordinance of 1984 of Pakistan serving to improve the well-being of communities and citizens of Pakistan by creating their awareness of the basic rights and ensuring their access to those rights.
Since 1962 AIJA provides outstanding international opportunities for young lawyers to network, learn and develop. AIJA currently has 4,000 members and supporters in 90 different countries, including over 60 collective members and Bar Associations. The AIJA community is very diverse, as members come from law firms of all sizes and cultures.
For more than 75 years, thousands of Pakistanis have participated in U.S. Government (USG) sponsored exchange programs to enhance people-to-people ties between Pakistan and the United States. Upon their return to Pakistan, many U.S. exchange alumni have made significant contributions to Pakistan's government, business, culture and civil society.
Peace Committee to be established by the Recipient at the district level for the purposes of, inter alia, monitoring and implementing different aspects of the peace process at the local and community levels, or any successor thereto
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