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Transcript of Ilmpossible
Total ILMBASSADORS: 1209+
Pictures: 250+ ILMPOSSIBLE Steering Committee A group of 30 university students who run the national campaign on education. Volunteers By the end of the project 100,000 ILMBASSADORS will have reached out to parents, teachers & young people in all provinces of Pakistan. NOT Solution! Education Problem NOTES education is the most critical emergency in Pakistan On-ground activities On-line activities campaign? emergency... What can we do? National Project Objective: Raise awareness on article 25-A of the Constitution of Pakistan amongst parents, teachers, youth, government and civil society organizations. A movement to mobilise young people in Pakistan to take on the task of: The long-term goal is to improve the state of education in Pakistan and raise the literacy levels. Get 2 million children into schools by 2015 ILMPOSSIBLE A National Social Action Project education on ILMPOSSIBLE Pakistan has a rare opportunity to capitalise on its population bulge, fast turning into a ‘youth bulge’. Bangladesh Bosnia (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr U.K. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Pakistan Myanmar (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Sri Lanka (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Taking it Global! In the process of recruiting 10,000 ILMBASSADORS across Pakistan 3000 500 3500 1000 2500 SINDH BALOCHISTAN PUNJAB ISLAMABAD KPK • Educating all Pakistanis about their right to Education; under Article 25-A.
• Generating an open debate on issues related to the education system in Pakistan.
• Informing all citizens on the role they can play to make ‘Education for All’ a reality. 7 million children are not in primary school in Pakistan Afghanistan Zimbabwe Ghana Active Citizens Globally Connected, Locally Engaged Capacity Building Build the capacity of young people as leaders, influencers and active citizens within their communities and as global citizens. Build the capacity of partners to enable young active citizens and build linkages with other organizations around the world. Learning Journey Policy Dialogue The Active Citizens Programme aims to facilitate policy dialogue to stimulate debate about active citizenship and youth policy and practice at national, local and community levels. Intercultural Dialogue Exchange
Programmes The Active Citizens is a non-profit programme, launched by British Council in Central & South Asia (CSA) in 2009. It focuses to develop a network of Active Citizens who are learners, actors and influencers in their communities, promoting international and intercultural trust and understanding. Learning Journey A Global Citizen:
A stronger sense of their own culture and identity through engagement with other cultures
An increased knowledge and understanding of how their local community works and its link to the rest of the world
A demonstrated sense of responsibility to improving society through sustainable initiatives
A greater value for, and work effectively, with difference. ILMPOSSIBLE VIDEO On Radio & Print Media Celebrity Endorsements Ali Moeen Nawazish Aisam-ul-Haq Thank you for your attention Facebook: www.facebook.com/ilmpossible
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ilmpossible Active Citizens National Social Action Project on Education ILMPOSSIBLE British Council:
Next Generation Report Pakistan will face a “demographic disaster” if it does not address the needs of its young generation, the largest in the country’s history, whose views reflect a deep disillusionment with government and democracy