Heritage Foundation and INTBAU Pakistan, with support from the British Council, and in collaboration with ZCEC, an off-shoot of Heritage Foundation, BRAC University, NED, DUET, and the University of Lahore launched part two of the Pakistan Bangladesh Joint Workshop (from February 21-23) for Construction of LOG UK Model, here today, at Denso Hall Rahguzar.
Six students from Pakistan hailing from the University of Lahore and NED, under the supervision of Syeda Komal Fatima, and six students from Bangladesh from BRAC University participated in the workshop, physically and through zoom, respectively, and performed the tasks of master trainers guide new participants in the workshop.
The second panel discussion was held from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm, on Socio- and eco-justice, and dignity for marginalized women. The Pakistan panelists included: Parvinder Marwaha, British Council, London, Laila Jamil, British Council, Karachi, and Prof. Dr. Elke Krasny, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. The Bangladesh panelists included Rizwana Hasan (Environmental lawyer), Salma Shafi (architect, planner), and Runa Khan (Friendship Hospital). The session was moderated by humanitarian/journalist, Shanaz Ramzi.