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Mr. Lal Zaman

Mr. Lal Zaman

Lal Zaman is a development and social sector professional. In the past, he has been engaged with national and international organizations for promoting peace, harmony and social inclusion, social awareness, and civic education. On the greater level, he is currently involved in promoting political dialogue and debates through one of HSF Pakistan's flagship projects. His responsibilities include the Model CCI planning and execution with 40 public sectors universities throughout Pakistan.

Mr. Bilal Muhammad

Mr. Bilal Muhammad

Bilal Muhammad is a development sector professional with a passionate interest in sustainable political and social change. He is a member of HSF Pakistan's project team and is involved in the planning and execution of the flagship initiative Model CCI.

Mr. Zafar Ullah Khan (Trainer)

Mr. Zafar Ullah Khan (Trainer)

Mr. Zafar Ullah Khan is the former Executive Director Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services (PIPS). He is a civic educator, trainer, public speaker and researcher with specialization in the field of democratic development, parliamentary strengthening, fundamental rights, right to information, citizenship and communication skills.

Mr. Jami Chandio

Mr. Jami Chandio

Mr. Jami Chandio is renowned writer, scholar, and activist. He is executive director of the Center for Peace and Civil Society (CPCS), a think tank based in Pakistan’s Sindh province. He edits CPCS’ quarterly journal Freedom and oversees policy dialogues and research programs that target civil society, especially young writers, journalists and academia. One of Pakistan’s most celebrated writers and scholars, Mr. Chandio is the former editor in-charge of Ibrat, Pakistan’s largest Sindhi-language daily newspaper, a former anchor on Sindh TV and KTN, and former chair of the Liberal Forum of Pakistan. The only two-time winner of the All Pakistan Newspapers Society Award (in 2000 and 2001), he has authored more than a dozen books in Sindhi, Urdu, and English on literature, politics and Sindh. He has worked with the National Democratic Institute (NDI) in Pakistan as a political expert since 2004. He was awarded Reagan Fascell Democracy Fellowship in fall 2008 by International Forum for Democratic Studies, Washington DC andduring his fellowship; Mr. Chandio conducted research on the ‘Crisis of Federalism and Prospects for Provincial Autonomy in Pakistan’ and wrote a book on the subject.