Peace & Security

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Media Efforts


Our Peace Vision

Global peace is a major concern today not only for those who are perpetually being subjected by the forces of unrest and turmoil but also for those who wish to make the planet earth most livable for humanity.Press for Peace (PFP) envisions a world of lasting peace for every individual. The struggle for attainment of peace and establishment of a just world which guarantees basic human rights for people of all regions and religions has become part and parcel of the PFP’s peace programme.The researchers and academicians in their findings have explored that most armed conflicts in today's world are not wars between nations but rather intra-state conflicts and conflicts within national boundaries.

Since its inception, Press for Peace (PFP) has been committed to attaining peace and harmony in its focus communities by putting best of its capabilities and resources. At the outset, it started working as a local community group in Muzaffarabad, which focused on concentrated media efforts to highlight miseries of the downtrodden and neglected segments of the society.

Despite of a little knowledge, inadequate resources and an insufficient number of volunteers, Press for Peace (PFP) started highlighting inequalities and discrimination on various levels. Our work got recognition and acclaim both on local and national level.Injustice on either side of the Line of Control (LoC) including human rights violations in Indian held Kashmir and plight of the people's rights in the name of political integration in Pakistan administered Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan were made public through peaceful and non-violent means. Press for Peace (PFP) launched several campaigns for the defence of basic human rights and the preservation of peace on a regional and global basis.

The United Nations Charter prohibits UN intervention in conflicts within national boundaries, and there is currently no other international or intergovernmental organization authorized to intervene in intra-state conflicts. Hence, the efforts by individual governments to offer political assistance have typically been rejected by the parties involved in such conflicts