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Ist Quarterly Report 2011-12 Two-day training for Youth on "Democracy, Rule of Law and Human Rights" held at M.H Panhwar training hall Sindh Resource Center, Hyderabad. Training was held on April 14 and 15, 2011 from 9 am to 5 pm. 35 candidates were selected through interviews which were arranged a month before trainings. The announcement for applications was published in popular newspaper, posted on CPCS Facebook, emailed on famous e-groups and pasted on Universities notice boards.
 
Human Rights Violations against Women in Pakistan in 2009
Violations Against Women This report ‘Human Rights Violations against Women in Pakistan in 2009’ is a joint work of the Regional Academy for Research and Renaissance (RARE) and the Centre for Peace and Civil Society (CPCS).
This report neither addresses the issues of gender equity, nor aims to advocate for political empowerment of women. This report advocates safeguarding women’s right to breathe in those cultural settings where life and death of women either are determined by the men of their families or by the obsolete norms existing in their customs.

 
Brief Reports of CPCS's Advocacy (2010-11)
Keeping in view the scarcity of peace, equality and justice in Pakistan that demonstrate the crisis of state and challenges and issues for civil society, Center for peace & Civil Society (CPCS) in collaboration with Liberal Forum Pakistan (Hyderabad Chapter) organized the lecture on “Political Challenges: Liberal Solutions for Pakistan”. The lecture took place on January 04, 2011 (Tuesday) by 3:00 pm at M.H. Panhwar Conference hall at CPCS Hyderabad.
 
Brief Reports for CPCS web on Trainings for the year 2010-11

CPCS altered the design of training program for the year 2010-11; earlier the program was to select one cohort for whole year course comprised of 12 one day trainings which continued for three years (2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10), however, for the year 2010-11 four cohorts were chosen and each cohort was provided 30 participants (males and females). The year 2010-11 was divided in four quarters to conduct 3-day training in each quarter and one cohort containing 30 participants accomplished the training course. The 12 different themes on political education were adjusted in al four 3-day trainings.

 
Brief Reports of Training for the year 2008-9
CPCS had announced the One day training program for year 2008-9 for 30 young males and females fellows belonging to different walks of life taking interest in democratic politics and struggle for freedom and liberty. To make the selection of candidates transparent and fair and to provide equal opportunity for all, CPCS published an advertisement in English language in a popular news paper of Sindh on March 22nd, 2008 for walk-in interviews.
 
Brief Reports of Training for the year 2007-8
Center for Peace & Civil Society organized monthly one day training workshops in year 2007-008, 30 young journalists and media writers participated and that group of participants is selected for series of 12 themes of trainings which are to be conducted in program year from February 2007 to January 2008.
 
CPCS Quarterly Report: April 1, 2007 to June 30, 2007
Center for Peace and Civil Society (CPCS) was established in 2001 and registered in 2005 in Hyderabad, Pakistan as an independent think-tank that works to strengthen the political system and civil society based on principles of democracy, freedom and justice. CPCS works with political parties, youth, women, mass media and other non-governmental actors. The staff of CPCS has worked on a volunteer basis since its founding. Mr. Jami Chandio, the executive director of CPCS, is an experienced journalist, writer and political scientist. He won the All Pakistan Newspapers Society award for best political columnist in 1999-2000 and 2001-2002.
 
CPCS Quarterly Report: July 1st , 2007 to September 30th, 2007
Center for Peace and Civil Society (CPCS) was established in 2001 and registered in 2005 in Hyderabad, Pakistan as an independent think-tank that works to strengthen the political system and civil society based on principles of democracy, freedom and justice. CPCS works with political parties, youth, women, mass media and other non-governmental actors. The staff of CPCS has worked on a volunteer basis since its founding. Mr. Jami Chandio, the executive director of CPCS, is an experienced journalist, writer and political scientist. He won the All Pakistan Newspapers Society award for best political columnist in 1999-2000 and 2001-2002. Mr. Chandio served as national chairperson of the Liberal Forum Pakistan based in Lahore from 2002-2004.
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