THE ROLE OF SOUTH ASIAN YOUTH IN PEACE BUILBING(16)

Non-violence

Lack of self-control is the essence of violent behavior of a person. Nonviolence always raises from morality. Youth is the appropriate stage of moral development. Piaget said that rules were the essence of morality and moral interpretation of events in a child’s mind is structured in rules. The method of non-violence forms love and ahimsa and active resistance as well. So the youth can resist dissent, moral shaming, large-scale mobilization and an avoidance of physical violence.

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PEACE BUILBING(15)

Youth, sports and Leisure Time Activities

Sports, leisure activities, such as leisure sports, cultural leisure activities and traditional forms of leisure, socio-educational leisure activities, and even paid entertainment allow individuals to manage their free time without constraints . Even in hostile situations among the South Asian countries, youth get the opportunity to play their vital role by these activities to develop friendship relations among the contending member states of this region. In the two case studies mentioned above such initiative examples are already shown for the better understanding to the role of individual young

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Culture of Peace

Culture of peace means creating and maintaining a peaceful environment. Hence, to build a true culture of peace youth need to develop justice, respect of human rights, to fight against poverty. As youth, it is their challenge to be determined to increase their influence and their out spoken conclusion to their governments concerning the dialogue to build a culture of peace. Therefore, the following concrete proposals to support youth for peace.

• To develop and support the education of a culture of peace in programs school levels.
• Sustainable economic and social development
• Respect for all human rights
• Equality between women and men
• Democratic participation
• Understanding, tolerance and solidarity
• Free flow of information and knowledge

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PEACE BUILBING(13)

The final outcome was that they all love India, we all began to look at Pakistan from a positive view and vice versa, at both ends people found each other cool and dynamic, everyone in the meet from both the countries wish to work towards developing positive mindset and break the myth of “hatred” between the two countries. It’s not that I m going GAGA about them, but at least I am happy to get a platform where I could meet people who came all the way here to meet us and spread the message of peace. I am glad to make some new friends, start respecting Pakistan in many ways and not think about the 60s and move ahead happily and peacefully.

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Case Study-2

Indo-Pak Youth Peace Forum (IPYPF) for Building Peaceful Relations between India and Pakistan

I was a part of Indo-Pak Youth Peace Forum meet today here in Ahmedabad. When I registered for the program I was slightly apprehensive. But after attending it and meeting all the friends from Pakistan, all my tensions and so called pre-conceived negative notions have been totally unlearned. This meet was organized with the help of a local NGO called Drishti (which makes documentaries on human rights). There were around 19-20 friends from Pakistan consisting of some college students, a lecturer, senior people, NGO employees, and entrepreneurs. I was given the privilege of welcoming them. We had a discussion about “Impression” of Pakistan in the minds of Indian people and vice-versa.

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PEACE BUILBING(11)

Qureshi became the first Pakistani to reach the finals of a Grand Slam event, news welcomed by President Asif Ali Zardari and millions of Pakistani fans. PTF president Dilawar Abbas said the Qureshi-Bopanna partnership would help to promote peace between the two arch nuclear rivals. “Qureshi’s success will not only go long way in promoting tennis in Pakistan, but his partnership with Bopanna has already been praised in international media and will help to promote peace between India and Pakistan,” he told AFP.

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CASE STUDIES Case Study-1 Pakistan fetes Grand Slam tennis star Aisam

LAHORE: Fans, relatives and tennis officials gave Pakistan’s first Grand Slam finalist a hero’s homecoming on Wednesday, hailing him a peacemaker and a role model. Government and Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) officials draped Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi with garlands as fans chanted “long live Aisam” and “our new hero.” Qureshi, 30, fell short of winning Pakistan’s first Grand Slam title but his unusual pairing with India’s Rohan Bopanna in the men’s doubles was praised against a backdrop of struggling peace efforts between Islamabad and New Delhi. It also came as Pakistan cricket struggles to fight off damaging allegations of corruption.

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