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Emerging Technologies & Regional Stability

Ecological Transition in Digital Era: CPEC Perspective

Emerging Technologies and Regional Stability

Major Challenges hindering Regional Stability in age of digitalization

Chinese star times

In digital world its important to reach out communities in far areas. Star times: an opportunity for Pakistan

Data challenges in Air pollution

Pakistan is facing data challenges on air pollution. We need to quantify emissions

Digital society is the only option for sustainable development

An Exclusive Talk with Major General (R), Muhammad Samrez Salik, HI(M) at the SDPI's 22th SDC

Inaugural of Sustainable Development Conference of SDPI at Presidency

President Dr Arif Alvi inaugurated SDPI's 22nd conference

SDC VIDEOS

Firdous Ashiq Awan Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting.

Firdous Ashiq Awan Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Addressing SDPI's Annual SD Conference 2019.

An Exclusive talk with Former Finance Minister, Punjab Ms Aisha Ghous at SDPI's SD Conference.

Opportunities & Challenges in Digital Age

An Exclusive talk with Former Chairman Board of Investment Mr Haroon Sharif at SDPI's SD Conference

Sustainable Development in Digital Society

Youth and peace building

Youth should be given voice and space in decision making

Youth and peace building

Youth should be given voice and space in decision making

Emerging Technologies & Regional Stability

Ecological Transition in Digital Era: CPEC Perspective

THEMES

Economic Development
Objective of bringing SAARC countries together, as a region, can be realized by relaxing travel regime between India and Pakistan. Dr. Tridivesh Singh Miani says, the new BJP government in India is forward looking to improving relations with the regional countries. Guests: Tridivesh Singh Miani Anchor: Tahir Ahmad Dhindsa
Food Security
The World Food Program has declared about half of Pakistan 165 million populations as food insecure. To preempt the impending disaster, government has prepared a safety program named as ‘National Zero Hunger Action Plan’ which the Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani has already announced. The program will be launched as an integral part of the federal budget 2012-2013. Our Correspondent Kashmala Chaudhry has the details.
Peace and Conflict
Diplomats and academics were of the unanimous view that the destiny of the South Asian states are interlinked and called for stronger economic, cultural, security and societal relations between them. They were addressing a two-day conference on \"China-Afghanistan-Pakistan Trilateral Dialogue\", being organised by Pak-China Institute in collaboration with Konard Adenauer Stiftung. Our correspondent Wasif naqvi has the report...
SD Conference
Youth should be given voice and space in decision making
Environment
Despite having necessary laws, Pakistani cities are regularly being cited as some of the most polluted in the world. In this episode of Follow Up, Dr Imran Khalid speaks to Dr James Schauer, U.S Science Envoy for Air Quality about the importance of pollution prevention and necessary policy measures that can be put in place to address Pakistan's deteriorating air quality.
Governance
The National budget is a policy statement thorough which govt sets its priorities. Ayla Majid an economic experts analyses the budget from a vintage closer to public perception. Guests: Ayla Majid Economic expert Anchor:Tahir Ahmad Dhindsa
Social Sector Development
Experts at the launch of baseline studies in Lahore called for empowering masses and inclusion of marginalized groups, including women, in the democratic process so as to strengthen democracy in Pakistan. Our correspondent Wasif Naqvi has some more to elaborate…
Miscellaneous
The developing countries are suffering huge losses due to lack of climate finance and non-cooperation among the rich and poor countries. In a panel discussion “Regional Climate Agenda in the Context of Doha Outcomes”, at 15th Sustainable Development Conference organized by SDPI here at Islamabad, the speakers call upon the developed world to provide funds to the developing countries so that they can cope up with the challenges of climate change. To prevent further losses, they suggest, there is dire need of cooperation among the regions in terms of adaptation, agriculture, food security, water and more importantly, energy crisis. Experts, however, believe that the South Asian region has a lot of potential to deal with such challenges.Our correspondent Raja Taimur Hassan has the story…