Press for Peace (PFP) is a research, media and advocacy organisation that strives to promote peace, tolerance, interfaith harmony and the protection of human rights in Kashmir and more broadly in South Asia. 



PFP envisions permanent peace, sustainable development and everlasting happiness for all people of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.


PFP’s mission is to create a favorable environment for the establishment of permanent peace, secure livelihood and sustainable development in all parts of the state of Jammu and Kashmir by equipping individuals, groups and communities with needed knowledge, advocacy, research and training.


Humanitarian approach toward the communities PFP serves
Accountable and responsible approach
Transparent and efficient project management
Continuous collaboration with all stakeholders, sponsors and donors
Impartiality and equality during resource utilization and skills generation.

PFP News & Views

  • Considering Kashmir: A Radical Possibility Despite regional concerns, stability in Kashmir remains contingent on local realities///By Michael Vurens van Es///Street-talk is often boorish. Graffiti scrawled across Srinagar’s dilapidated buildings, many charred ...
    Posted Mar 24, 2014, 3:08 PM by PFP Admin
  • Villagers in remote Neelum Valley setup small hydro electric project NEELUM VALLEY: As Pakistan grapples with a crippling energy crisis, people in one corner of Kashmir have taken matters into their own hands, using small-scale turbines to generate electricity ...
    Posted Mar 16, 2014, 5:01 PM by PFP Admin
  • Pakistan Administered Kashmir: People March against LoC Tensions Kotli : In Pakistan Administrated Azad Kashmir on Thursday people protested against escalation of tensions at Line and Control (LoC) and urged India and Pakistan to halt their hostilities for the ...
    Posted Aug 29, 2013, 8:54 AM by PFP Admin
  • Neelum Valley Women up in arms over tension on Kashmir borders By Mazhar Iqbal///Poor village women of Neelum Valley in Pakistan Administered Kashmir have strongly protested against the fragility of India-Pakistan peace process. The demonstration held in Athmuqam, a ...
    Posted Aug 21, 2013, 3:07 PM by PFP Admin
  • Violent Protests in Muzaffarabad By: Tariq Naqash/ Muzaffarabad, Mar 21: A complete shutter down strike was observed here on Thursday, amid violent clashes between the police and the residents which left dozens of people ...
    Posted Mar 25, 2013, 5:51 AM by PFP Admin
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