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atta ull haq Khaderzai

Short Biography of Atta ul Haq: I Atta ul Haq Born 1980 I am double master one in International Relation and other one in political science, Completed Development Planning and Management (DPM) course from SPO and Resource Development Program (RDP) course from SAP-PK, Participated in 60 trainings and delivered 40 training. I visited South Korea, South Africa, Cyprus, Kenya, Senegal, Dubai, Egypt and Sari Lanka. I start my social, professional and volunteer journey for the promotion of peace, conflict resolution, non-violence, love, forgiveness and promotion of human rights in grass root, remote and alarming areas of Pakistan. On 23 March 2002 I formed Youth Association for Development (YAD) my role in YAD to lead and manage the organization, designing and implementation the youth activism, peace building, conflict resolution, nonviolence, promotion of human rights, program implementing, monitoring, supervision, linkages and coordination development. Under leadership of Atta ul Haq YAD worked with 22 donor agencies including USAID, CIDA, TAF, Peace Direct, MRGI, CIVICUS, ViiV Health Care (UK), The Nexus Fund (USA), Kids for Peace (USA) and World Bank. I am pioneer and ruining YAD Peace program to bring peace building, conflict resolution, and tolerance, political, social & inter sectarian harmony in Baluchistan through involvement of all segments of the society particularly youths, minorities, women, social activists & media people through formation of mediators’ group. I joined a British Council most successful country wide initiative, InterAction Pakistan/Active Citizen Programme, for young people on 2006. I have been selected as one of the 11 facilitators group countrywide. This group of facilitators was selected from 1000 Expressions of Interest; I have been trained as facilitator through a cycle program than i deliver the active citizen program country wide and trained youth of youth parliament of Pakistan. I selected in another Peace direct (London) Pakistan initiative program named Islamabad peace Exchange Journey in 2012. After Islamabad Peace Exchange Program, I designed and implemented Baluchistan peace Exchange Journey program in Baluchistan through collaboration of Peace Direct (UK). I am working for peace building, conflict resolution, nonviolence, tolerance, interfaith harmony and human rights through collaboration of International and national networks. I am member of 117 national and international networks/consortiums. Currently I am leading Master Peace Club Islamabad promotion of peace through arts, culture, concerts, recreations, love and forgiveness with youth and other stakeholder. I am also leading Kids for Peace Pakistan Chapter an initiative of Kids for Peace Global (USA). I am leading International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) (South Korea) program end war bring world peace project in Pakistan. I am trained adviser of Peace Jam (USA) leaders and ambassador program; I established eight Peace Jam Ambassadors and Leaders groups in Pakistan. I am Focal person Baluchistan Pak India Aghaz-e-Dosti Initiative, Bharartian harmony tree. Working with Bangladesh Bharat Pakistan Peoples Forum. Working with Pakistan India Peoples Forum for Peace. Working as Baluchistan chapter leader with World Faith (USA) in Pakistan. Working with mediators beyond borders (USA). Working with peace now global taking the peace signatures. I am leading Quetta City of Peace-International cities of peace USA. Leading and pioneer Peace First Challenge Pakistan Program-Peace First USA. Implementing Baluchistan Peace Exchange Journey-Peace Direct (UK). Implementing YAD 4 P Philosophy (Peace, promotion, prevention & protection) in Pakistan, working Together 2030, Transparency and Accountability Participation Network (TAP), working Beyond 2015

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