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Centre for Peace and Development Initiatives



A dynamic organization advocating for rule of law and sustainable development

A dynamic organization advocating for rule of law and sustainable development



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  • 1. Centre for Peace & Development Initiatives
  • 2. CPDI is a nonprofit registered organization based in Islamabad since 2003. It enjoys good reputation among non government organizations of the country particularly in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In collaboration with partner organizations, in 2012 it prepared literature for ethical and responsible journalism in the country. It communicated research findings with Press Council of Pakistan. Lately CPDI has launched Right To Information Helpline facilitating individuals and institutes to get information from concerned government organizations in Pakistan. Report has yet to see sunlight. CPDI is aware of institutional networking for effective advocacy of core causes and results. Very few students and people know about Annual RTI Champion Awards. CPDI is planning to develop mechanism for control of white collar crimes and rule of law.
  • 3. Sajid Imtiaz Expert Member, CDKN Member, Pakistan Society of Criminology Member, Harvard Business Review Member, Advertising Age Economic Advisor shortlisted, British High Commission Islamabad Feedback: daily10minutespakistan@gmail.com Media organizations are public properties and small investors intend to buy their shares. So far no newspaper or publication is enlisted with three stock exchanges of Pakistan. Team of CPDI is working day and night to engage stakeholders on its portal and digital media. CPDI has to extend its network to Sindh, Balochistan, AJK, FATA and Gilgit-Baltistan. It has to get concrete achievements like formation of External Jury and Services Export Development Council. Daily 10 Minutes as supporting organization recommends SlideShare to CPDI.