7th YPP 2015
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Qaiser Khan
Session 2, 2015
Brief Profile

Mr. Qaiser Khan belongs to the Poonch District of Azad Jammu Kashmir. His constituency is LA 19 Poonch 3. He was born on November 23, 1990 and received schooling from Army Public School Rawalakot, and later did graduation in business administration from Shaheed Zulifiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology Islamabad Campus in 2013. Mr. Qaiser Khan is currently working with Center for Peace, Development and Reforms (CPDR) as a member of its core group on youth. He was named the best Urdu and English essay writer while at school and got second position in annual English debate competition. In 2012 he along with some comrades established Jammu Kashmir Youth Conference and became the first spokesperson for it. This platform enabled all student organizations of AJK and Gilgit Baltistan to work on common issues of youth in the conflict region of Jammu Kashmir. In January 2015, he went to Cape Town South Africa on the invitation of Peace Systems to study and research on South African racial conflict. On this tour, he got a chance to visit the Parliament and meet people who were involved in struggle against apartheid. In March 2015, he went to Nepal on the invitation of Conciliation Resources, UK to participate in a workshop organized on “exploring new avenues of peace in Jammu Kashmir”. This workshop was attended by politicians, academicians and youth activists from all parts of the erstwhile Jammu Kashmir state and was a great source of learning for me. Currently, he is in the process of writing a document titled “Youth Vision 20-20”, this process includes youth from all regions of the conflict hit state and is sponsored by Conciliation Resources.

Status in Youth Parliament

Politically, Qaiser Khan is affiliated with Blue Party and Member of Standing Committee on Governance.

Contact Detail
Email: sqkhan47@gmail.com
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