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Humanity at Stake in Indian Occupied Kashmir

London, October 02, 2020 (PPI-OT): To observe the Kashmir Black Day on 27th October, Government of Pakistan is hosting an International Declamation Contest in Islamabad. The theme of the contest is “Humanity at stake (Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir): Impact on world peace”. Purpose of the declamation contest: The contest seeks to sensitize the world community about ongoing human rights violations in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).

Participation: Students from world renowned universities studying in the discipline of International Relations/History/Political Science/International Law are invited to participate. 15 students will be selected amongst various countries to participate and to deliver speeches on the indicated theme of the contest.

Facilitation to the participants: The Government of Pakistan will provide return economy class air ticket for foreign students from their country capital to Islamabad and back. Double occupancy room with three times meals will also be provided in an appropriate hotel at Islamabad. An amount of US$100/- per day will also be paid to all student speakers.

Cash Prize: Three cash prizes amounting to US$ 3000, 2000 and 1000 will be awarded to the top three contestants. Audience/Observers: The audience/observers for the contest would be: members of the Parliament, Faculty members of top rated universities of Pakistan, media personal, Foreign Diplomats, and Pakistan Foreign Service Officers along with senior officers of Government of Pakistan.
Interested candidates are advised to send their willingness to the High Commission for Pakistan along with their CV/Profile before Friday 2nd October 2020 at register@phclondon.org. Selected participants would be informed in due course.

For more information, contact:
Head of Chancery,
High Commission for Pakistan in United Kingdom
34 – 36 Lowndes Square, London, SW1X 9JN, United Kingdom
Tel: 020-7664-9271
Supervisor, Mr. Shahab-ud-Din,
Fax: 020-7664-9255

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