PICSS Initiates Monthly Conflict Review

PICSS Initiates Monthly Conflict Review

Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS) has started a monthly ‘Conflict Review’ event in which emerging security trends and other related issues will be discussed. The first PICSS Conflict Review event was organized on September 11, 2018, at National Library, Islamabad. The event was attended by the diplomatic community, academia, retired personnel from…

RoundTable Discussion: PRE-ELECTION ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT

RoundTable Discussion: PRE-ELECTION ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT

Elections are one of the most important pillars of a democratic political process. In South Asian countries, conducting elections are a bit different from the Western democracies. There are several factors that emerge during pre-election era and are very much impactful on the election results. Pakistan also has the similar kind of environment where political…

Poets and Saints define Pakistan, not the Extremists: Gen Zubair at PICSS Seminar in Quetta

Poets and Saints define Pakistan, not the Extremists: Gen Zubair at PICSS Seminar in Quetta

Youth of Balochistan is second to none, they only need opportunities. Pakistani youth is facing onslaught from religious and secular extremist, however, the youth can be protected from these extremist through inculcating and promoting the concept of Pakistaniat. Although Pakistan has achieved much success defeating militants militarily yet a lot is required to be done…

Nationalism and Pakistaniat Conference 2

Nationalism and Pakistaniat Conference 2

Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies will be holding the second event of its nation-wide campaign to promote Pakistaniat among Pakistani youth,to help the youth of Pakistan to comprehend the true concept of Pakistaniat, help them become useful citizens of the country and nullify the impact of disillusioned ideas and aspirations, which make them…

Conference on Nationalism and Pakistaniat

Conference on Nationalism and Pakistaniat

Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS) organized a one-day conference “Nationalism and Pakistaniat” on 15 March 2018 at Pakistan National Council of Arts, Islamabad. The conference was attended by over 150 prominent personalities and over 400 university students from twin cities. Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Zubair Mehmood Hayat was the…

Nationalism and Pakistaniat

Nationalism and Pakistaniat

Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS) is going to launch a nation-wide campaign through seminars, conferences, round tables, interactive sessions, and other tools of advocacy to help the youth of Pakistan to comprehend the true concept of Pakistaniat, help them become useful citizens of the country and nullify the impact of disillusioned ideas…

Book Launch: The role of Madrasas in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Book Launch: The role of Madrasas in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Madrassahs are considered an important pillar of the educational system of Pakistan. These religious institutions are playing a vital role while providing free education, medical, accommodation and food facilities to thousands of their students. According to different estimates, there are around forty thousand Madrasas of different schools of thought in Pakistan. In order to run…

Financial Pipelines of Madrasas in Pakistan

Financial Pipelines of Madrasas in Pakistan

  Director Research PICSS Gul Dad presenting key findings of the research project “Financial Pipelines of Madrasas in Pakistan” at a book launch ceremony organised for the lancing of the book “Role of Madrasas in Afghanistan and Pakistan” collectively written by PICSS, CRSS and CAPS sponsored and supervised by Royal DANISH DEFENCE COLLEGE.    

Governance and Security Issues of Karachi; Can there be more Federal Ownership – A Debate

Governance and Security Issues of Karachi; Can there be more Federal Ownership – A Debate

Executive Summary On 28th March 2017,The Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies (PICSS) organized a one day seminar, titled “Governance and Security Issues of Karachi: Can there be More Federal Ownership – A Debate” at Marriot Hotel, Karachi, Pakistan. The seminar was aimed at generating a debate on issues, options and future prospects related…