YLC Has Over 4000+ Alumni And Counting

The conference also focuses on inculcating inclusivity, empathy and acknowledgement for all human beings.

Context

The School of Leadership has been organizing the Young Leaders Conference in different cities of Pakistan since the year 2002. The conference is geared towards maximizing leadership potential in young adults between the ages of 18 to 24.

The conference has also focused extensively on social action and initiative, capacity building, creating networking opportunities and imparting essential and time relevant social lessons.

This year, the conference looks to magnify its focus on valuable societal issues that may be brushed off, to be dealt with later, but which actually need engagement with, today. Gender parity, human rights, environmental consciousness, sustainability and renewable energy are only a few of these topic areas.

An intricate and valuable part of successfully engaging with these issues that run like a thread through stable and prosperous society, is pluralistic attendance. The conference currently attracts youth from over a 50 cities in Pakistan, spread across all provinces of the country. In order to maximize the impact of themes such as pluralism, conflict resolution through peaceful means, international relations, economic and environmental sustainability among others specific skill-shops are designed for the participants by inviting experts of the relevant fields. Apply now!

Pakistan’s Largest Residential Conference

The pressure on the current population of young adults is enormous, though direction and opportunity, both scarce. To fill this vacuum, SoL presented YLC as a means to connect desperately ambitious young people with beacons of prosperity. For 15 years now, we have been connecting those brimming with ambition, to top corporate figure heads, prominent donor agencies, employment lifelines and instilling in stakeholders, a rejuvenated confidence in the youth of a country that continuously but resiliently fights off falling prey to instability.

To Begin With

It was 2002. Shireen Naqvi, SoL’s founding director, was working from a small, cramped office space at the KZR office. She had by her side the able Saima Khan and the multi-talented Kamran Rizvi. While confined, she envisioned a platform that would provide much needed space to our youth. That was the start of the YLC journey!

Panel Discussions

Prominent national and international personalities from the selected sectors discuss topics our young leaders must know.

Renowned moderators preside to ensure interactivity of the sessions.

Team Sessions

Sharing action plans that focus on expanding individual ability.

Developing empathy by listening and understanding inter-cultural issues and encouraging diversity.

Skill Development

Participants address key life issues and learn to develop solutions.

Participants practice real life skills such as conflict management, organizing, planning, teamwork and many more.

Participants develop interpersonal communication skills through interaction with each other.

Creative Exploration

Participants learn creative expression through group activities in theatre, music, design and public speaking.

Interpersonal Learning

Participants learn the art of enquiry and meaningful expression of their own opinions through team activities, discussions and exercises.

Participants feel the value of empathy and learn to adapt to different people and situations.

Our Philosphy

School of Leadership believes in you. We believe in your power to live an enlightened life, to be a source of positive change and to leave a legacy. You only get to live once (something those rap songs won’t let you forget!) and you have one chance to make your life about choices, not complaints; about developing, not stagnating; about fulfillment; not disappointment; about giving, not just taking. Why does your contribution matter? Because you are born different. Period.

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