The Tale of a Quarter Century of Economic Governance in Pakistan: Is it Headed to an economic blind street?

2024-01-16T05:46:37+00:00

On January 4, 2024, CPPG organized a webinar on “The tale of a quarter century of economic governance in Pakistan: [...]

The Tale of a Quarter Century of Economic Governance in Pakistan: Is it Headed to an economic blind street?2024-01-16T05:46:37+00:00

Potential Partnership with FARM Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture Development in Pakistan

2024-03-19T10:09:13+00:00

The Centre for Public Policy and Governance arranged a roundtable discussion in collaboration with the French Embassy, the Food and [...]

Potential Partnership with FARM Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture Development in Pakistan2024-03-19T10:09:13+00:00

Potential Partnership with FARM Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture Development in Pakistan

2023-11-13T10:37:32+00:00

The Centre for Public Policy and Governance arranged a roundtable discussion in collaboration with the French Embassy, the Food and [...]

Potential Partnership with FARM Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture Development in Pakistan2023-11-13T10:37:32+00:00

Changing Discourse of the Protected Areas of Governance in Pakistan: Analysis of the Natural Resources Regimes of Central Karakoram National Park

2023-09-20T07:53:17+00:00

On Thursday, September 14, 2023, The Centre for Public Policy and Governance organized a seminar on “Changing Discourse of the [...]

Changing Discourse of the Protected Areas of Governance in Pakistan: Analysis of the Natural Resources Regimes of Central Karakoram National Park2023-09-20T07:53:17+00:00

Jangal Vichch Mangal (Joy in the Wilderness): Millenial Irrigation and the Colonial Infrastructure as Gift

2022-12-12T07:56:39+00:00

Mubbashir Rizvi is a doctoral Candidate at the Department of Anthropology, University of Texas Austin. He has conducted ethnographic fieldwork [...]

Jangal Vichch Mangal (Joy in the Wilderness): Millenial Irrigation and the Colonial Infrastructure as Gift2022-12-12T07:56:39+00:00

“Balancing Counter Terrorism Legislation and Civil Liberties”and “Cyber Crime, Pakistan and Future Scenarios”

2023-04-20T08:58:29+00:00

Mr. Ahmed Bilal Soofi is an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He has done extensive work for improving legislation [...]

“Balancing Counter Terrorism Legislation and Civil Liberties”and “Cyber Crime, Pakistan and Future Scenarios”2023-04-20T08:58:29+00:00

Assessing the Status of the Returning Fulbright Fellows in Public Policy and the discipline of Public Policy, Its Prospects and Future Direction

2022-12-12T05:11:06+00:00

The Centre for Public Policy and Governance (CPPG)  in collaboration with The United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan (USEFP) is [...]

Assessing the Status of the Returning Fulbright Fellows in Public Policy and the discipline of Public Policy, Its Prospects and Future Direction2022-12-12T05:11:06+00:00

Pakistan and Afghanistan: Future Perspectives on Bilateral relations, the Taliban and the impending U.S. Withdrawal

2022-12-07T06:06:53+00:00

Ambassador Riaz Mohammad Khan joined Pakistan Foreign Service in 1969. From 1979-86, From 1979-86, he was posted at Pakistan Mission [...]

Pakistan and Afghanistan: Future Perspectives on Bilateral relations, the Taliban and the impending U.S. Withdrawal2022-12-07T06:06:53+00:00

Indus Water Treaty, Trans-boundary Water Issues and Prospects of Peace in South Asia

2022-12-06T08:21:56+00:00

Dr. Daniel Haines is British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at Department of History, Royal Holloway, University of London. His doctoral research entitled “The [...]

Indus Water Treaty, Trans-boundary Water Issues and Prospects of Peace in South Asia2022-12-06T08:21:56+00:00

Poverty, Inequality, Political Instability and Property Crimes in Pakistan: A Time Series Analysis

2022-11-28T04:59:45+00:00

Dr. Shabib Haider Syed Chairman, Department of Economics, Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), has published various papers including “The behavior of [...]

Poverty, Inequality, Political Instability and Property Crimes in Pakistan: A Time Series Analysis2022-11-28T04:59:45+00:00
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