Pakistan’s Haris Ahmad, a young 16-year old boy has been chosen among 32 speakers worldwide to address the Global Teens Peace Summit-2020 that is to be held on June 13 and 14, 2020 under the aegis of Global Peace Institute, promulgated by Mian Absar Ali, the Global Youth and Peace Ambassador for Sports and Culture Exchange USA.
Pakistan’s Haris Ahmad, a young 16-year old boy has been chosen among 32 speakers worldwide To address the Global Teens Peace Summit-2020 that is to be held on June 13 and 14, 2020 under the aegis of Global Peace Institute as promulgated by Mian Absar Ali, the Global Youth and Peace Ambassador for Sports and Culture Exchange USA.
Absar exclaimed that it was a moment of proud and honour for all of us and, in a broad perspective, for Pakistan that Haris, a dedicated youngster, will be addressing the Global Peace Summit-2020.
It is a prestige for the nation that among 32 speakers belonging to different countries from across the world wherein 69 other selected as attendees, Haris made his way out.
In his coming address, Haris will be shedding light on the usages of sports and tourism as a main gadget to promote peace and harmony around the world.In addition, Haris is to deliver his words that how we could use tourism, sports as a tool to spread peace globally.
Teens Summit cannot be possible without the support and contributions of many sponsors. Over the past twenty years, many organizations and individuals had helped bring international youth together including, Google, Adobe Systems, the Intel Foundation and The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development and now the initiative taken by Global Peace Institute by bringing all the young generation to one platform is certainly a key to achieve greater goal.
Mian Absar Ali is himself working as Young Leader in Sports by the United States Embassy since 2015 and he was recently chosen as Global Youth and Peace Ambassador in Maldives.
Apart from this, three more girls namely Hiba Iqbal and Alishba Hamim both from Pakistan and Dilshika from Sri Lanka, all from Absar Welfare Foundation Alumni have been selected as attendee in the Summit.
Haris Ahmad would also represent Pakistan as proud speaker in Maldives in November this year wherein there would be gathering of youth from all over the world.
Absar further said: “When contacted Haris Ahmad, born on January 12, 2004, said the Teens Summit was an opportunity for us to highlight the actual happenings and how the youngsters were suffered due to COVID-19″.
The Teens Summit is a highly anticipated event for youth around the world and, specifically, an informative event for youth of the world.”
As the youth are the future builders of their respective nations and joining youth belonging to different countries would at least come to know miseries and they can share to each other so that these things could be highlighted internationally to address.
Absar put in his words: “We need peace on Earth because it is our home! … We need peace on Earth so that the families at the war affected places can again live a peaceful and healthy life. We need peace on Earth so that the huge loads of money, that are spent on peace keeping missions and army can be saved and utilized for better good like quality education, healthcare.
Thus this initiative to bring the youth to a positive platform for peace initiative. Peace and security are not only the essential elements of human life but are also vital tool for economic and social development in a country.
With the help of these peace education activities knowledge, skills and attitudes are built in the youth and that would overcome the the birth of conflict and lead to resolving conflicts peacefully and will make this world a more peaceful place to live.