A five-day conducted in Bara Gali campus of University of Peshawar with 70 students on board and professionals with their specialized backgrounds from every corner of the country. The camp was organized by NATIONAL INFLUENCERS in active collaboration with University of Peshawar and Provincial Directorate of Youth Affairs Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In addition, UNDP Pakistan, UNICEF Pakistan, Dosti Welfare Organization, FES Consultants and Noor Education Trust were also the partners of the 5-Day Residential Youth Camp.
The essence was to bring cross-cultural youth from all over Pakistan, provide them the table for dialogue, sensitize and motivate them for free market economy, individual liberty, limited government and rule of law. The camp accordingly, was named as “Youth Dialogue and Action for free Society”. Over and done with vigilant assortment, 70 delegates were nominated to symbolize diverse regions of Pakistan i.e. Sindh, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit Baltistan and Islamabad.
Experts from the field facilitated the five-day agenda with Seventy (70) youth delegates aging 18-30 across Pakistan. The cause of concern is to transform 60% youth of Pakistan in a way where they are self-empowered, have an active role in participation in social and political spheres, and work for a free society.
Youth camp, a great time for youth, to get away from their regular settings and focus on having in free society. The people of Pakistan, especially its youth, are tolerant, creative, and dedicated to growing as active global citizens. The experts, instructors, speakers, and delegates inclined the youth from all over Pakistan to deliver the promise of empowerment by instilling a spirit of economic freedom and discovering cross-cultural spectrums. The aim of a Youth Camp was to engage young people in dialogues on the motive of having diversified contexts.
At Youth Camp, the programs were tied together by use of natural environment, positive and encouraging vary cultures. Youth campers learned about free market economy, limited government, rule of law, cross-cultural teamwork, Youth Civic Engagement, Human Rights Policy, Youth Social and Political Participation, and Sustainable Development and, actualized their ability to cope up youth issues, and finding their place in the society. This Youth Camp allowed youth to belong, grow, thrive and lead.
All camp participants, organizers, staff and volunteers treated each other with dignity and respect. The participants were catered for a Social-action project that they should take a month to read and discuss the Camping knowledge with the community members in the perspectives provinces.