Secretariat Staff

Miss Kishwar Aqeel, Chairperson Education Committee
Mrs. Ajnes Dean, Consulant, Holland.
Mr. Hafiz Muhammad Zeeshan, Coordinator Youth & Sports.
Mrs. Sadia Shaker, Manager Administration
Mrs. Nuzhat Rizwan, Manager Accounts & Audit
Miss Qudsia Tahir, Manager Development
Mrs. Sidra Irfan, Manager Planning
Mr. Basharat Siddiqi, Media Adviser
Miss Saima Majeed, Liaison Officer

Board of Directors (BOD) Pakistan
Board Chairman INSPAD H.E. Mr. Syed Zia Rizvi M Former Assistant Secretary General United Nations, Geneva.
President / CEO Mr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum, Islamabad
SVP / Director Prof. Dr. Lubna Abid Ali, (QAU) Islamabad
Secretary General Mr. Saqib A Ansari Advocate Islamabad
Member / Director Mr. Masood Ahmed Ch, Islamabad
Member / Director Mr. Irfan Tahir, Gujranwala
Member / Director Mr. Imtiaz Ahmed Butt, Islamabad
Member / Director Mr. Sardar Waheed Mahmood Khan, Rawalpindi
Member / Director Mrs. Nusrat Shahnaz Durrani, Azad Kashmir
Member/ Director Mr. Sardar Zeeshan Tahir, Gujranwala
Legal Advisor Mr. A.Mahmood Khan Saduzai Advocate
Chairman Mr. Naeem Khan Canada, Chairman, Board of Advisors
Chairman Mian M. Rafiq Jhagvi, Chairman, Religious Harmony Coordination Committee

Board of Directors Brussels, Belgium:
Chief Executive Officer: Mr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum, Brussels
President Mr. Amin Haq, Anderlecht, Brussels
Member / SVP Ms. Jasper Anne Elizabeth, Leuven
Secretary General Mr. Syed Saeed Ahmed, Brussels
Member / Director Mr. Ahmed Shabir Mirza, Brussels
Member / Director Mr. Abdul Rehman Mian, Brussels
Member / Director Mr. Jamila Sarah Elbo, Paris, France
Media Consultant: Mr. Jereon Markelbash, Brussels

BOARD of GOVERNORS (BOG):
Chairperson Hon.Mr. Stuart W Ross, Canada
Member Hon. Prof. Dr. Basharat Jazbi, Chief Advisor WHO, Geneva
Member Hon. Ms. Hanne Christiaan, Chair ICK, Sweden
Member Hon. Mr. Cllr. Liaquat Ali MBE, UK,
Member Hon. Mr. Bashy Qureashi, Denmark
Member Hon. Prof. Dr. Ravindra Kumar, Former Vice Chancellor, India
Member Hon. Chaudhary Muhammad Saeed, Mirpur AJK
Member Hon. Khawaja Sohail Asghar, Abbaspur, Azad Kashmir
Member Hon. Prof. Vonk Christiaan, Rector AU Belgium
Member Hon. Dr. Abdul Qayyum, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Partners Organization:
Universal Peace Foundation (UPF) www.upfeurope.org New York, USA
International Commission for Humanitarian Issues www.ichi.org New York
Independent Bureau for Humanitarian Issues (IBHI) www.ibhi.org Geneva
Human rights without Borders International www.hrwb.be Belgium
Peace And Collaborative Development Network www.internationalpeaceandconflict.org USA
Kashmiri American Council www.kashmiri.com Washington DC, USA
Peoples Organization for Peace and Education-POPE www.pope.org.pk Islamabad
Peace Service Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan
European Union Kashmir Council www.kashmircouncil.eu Brussels, Belgium
Japan Media Vision Co. Ltd Fukuoka Japan
European Office of the Human rights Brussels, Belgium
The Church of Scientology International www.scientology.org Brussels, Belgium
Council for Christian and Muslim Relations High Wycombe, UK
J & K Self Determination Movement Europe
Oriental Women Organization www.owopakistan.org Lahore

Affiliated Organization / Societies
Kashmir Foundation for Human Development (kashfon) Pakistan
Commission for Peaceful Religious Coexistence – CPRC, Pakistan
International Peace Commission on Kashmir, Sweden
Media and Peace Association of Asia (MAPA) Pakistan
Hamdard Foundation Azad Kashmir, Pakistan
Aziz Begum Educational Trust, Punjeri, Mirpur, AJK Pakistan
Haque Educational & Welfare Trust, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Global Social Reforms Organization, Islamabad, Pakistan
Kashmir Writer’s Council, Islamabad, Pakistan
Kashmir Project, Paris France
Mission Sofia International, UK
Asian News International (ANI) , Islamabad, Pakistan

The International Advisory Council:
Honorable Members of the International Advisory Council
Chairman International Advisory Council
• Prof Dr Hugh van Skyhawk,,
Germany.
• Mr. Javed Siddiq, Resident Editor,
Daily Nawa-i-Waqt,
Islamabad, Pakistan.
• Mr. Syed Mujtaba Advocate,
Srinagar, Kashmir.
• Prof.Dr. Coletls Margucalli,
New Yark University, USA.
• Mrs. Jessiee Kaur Singh,
Representative, Australia.
• Sardar Muhammad Sayyab Khalid MLA
Former Speaker Assembly & Minister,
Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan.
• Mr. Javed Khan, Director,
Long life learning & Culture,
Harrow Council, London,UK.
• Mr. Ershad Mahmud,
Eminent Research Scholar,
Islamabad, Pakistan.
• Brigadier ® Muhammad Saleem Wains,
UN Empowerment Expert,
Islamabad, Pakistan.
• Mr. Ali Khan,
Executive Director,
American Muslim Council (AMC),
Chicago, United States of America.
• Engineer Geyan Chand Singh,
Former Member Pak. National Parliament,
Former Provincial Minister, NWFP,
Glasgow, England.
•Mr. Muhammad Asif Noor,
Chief Editor
Insights Diplomats
Islamabad,
• Mr. Philippe Jacques,
Secretary General,
Universal Peace Federation, (UPF)
Belgium.
• Dr. Monica H. A. Bauman, PhD
Trainer, Couch International Service,
Heemskerk, The Netherlands.
• Prof. Dr. Abdul Rauf Zaffar,
Former Chairman Department of Islamic Studies,
Islamia University, Bahawalpur, Pakistan.
• Mr. Ananda Dahal, President,
Institute of Peace and Development (INPED),
Nepal.
• Raja Iftikhar Ayub,
Former Advisor to Prime Minister of Pakistan,
Dhirkote, Azad Kashmir, Pakistan.
• General (Rtd) Mansour Abu Rashid, Chairman,
Amman Centre for Peace & Development, Amman, Jordon.
• Dr. Leonard T. Kapungu PhD,
Executive Director,
Centre for Peace Initiatives in Africa,
Zimbabwe.
• Prof. Dr. Parvez Iqbal Cheema PhD,
Former Chairman,
Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI),
Islamabad.
• Barrister Qasim Ali Chowhan,
Advocate, High Court & Supreme Court,
Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
• Mr. Hugo Veracx
Vice President
The Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP)
Brussels, Belgium.
• Syed Yousaf Naseem, Convener,
All Party Hurriyet Conference, (APHC)
Azad Kashmir & Pakistan, Islamabad.
• Mr. Nazar Abbas Shah,
Chairman, Movement for Peace International (MPI)
Bradford, England.
• Mrs. Khadija Dahhaovi,
Former Council General of Morocco,
Belgium.
•Ch. Manzoor Ahmed,
Chief Editor,
Monthly Arabian Post International,
Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
INSPAD observes the following process to achieve its goals and objects:
Mobilization, Awareness, Organization, Training, Campaign, Action and Evaluation.
Quality Assurance:
INSPAD is a certified organization. It holds the certificates on Standard Management Procedures by the TVO; it also holds certificates from National Council of Social Welfare and Ministry of Women Development, Government of Pakistan, under the NGO Certification Programs. These certificates are acknowledged by all donor agencies and Government of Pakistan. The certification process reviews INSPAD’s management, monitoring and evaluation, governance and financial procedures and found them operational and transparent.
Thematic Areas:
INSPAD focuses on three thematic areas:
Women Empowerment & Social, Cultural Rights.
Women’s Empowerment, Women’s and Children Rights, Legal Aid to Women and Violence against Women.
Community Welfare & Development.
Non Formal Basic Education (Primary Level), Adult Literacy and Health.
Democratic Governance and Regional Security.
Good Governance, Peace Education & Stability, Legislative Strengthening, Women, Youth Counseling.

Approach and Methodology:
INSPAD’s approach is derived directly from the political development and governance context in Pakistan. It encompasses participatory practices through activities and ensures proactive stakeholder involvement, particularly of the women. Participatory tools, techniques and lessons learnt from other successful activities are used to solicit stakeholders’ input and facilitate both lateral and vertical cooperation. Effective communication tools are used to motivate partners, inviting them to play their leadership role. Furthermore, INSPAD emphasizes gender as an area that in the context of decentralization, devolution and improved legislative governance requires special attention. Mainstreaming gender into democratic governance process requires bringing women, workers and minorities to a position where they can take part on equitable bases in determining values, development of direction and allocation of resources. INSPAD also ensures that women benefit equitably with men from access to resources.

International Coordination Council:
China: Ghulam M. Chaudhary
USA: Mr.Ashraf Qureshi
England: Mr. Basharat M. Shaker
Saudi Arabia: Sardar Rizwan Tahir
Turkey: Mr. Riduwan Mehmet
UAE: Mr. Gohar Ayub Saduzai
Germany: Prof.Dr. Hugh Van Skyhawk
Japan: Mr. Hummayun Mughal
Korea: Mr. Ishfaq Ahmed
Brunei: Mrs. Zai Jamila
Hong Kong: Mr. Syed Asim Naeem
Tanzania: Miss Dam Alidina
France: Mr. Khurshid Khan
Belgium: Ms. Klaarjie Ory
Holland: Mr. Jahangir Khan
Australia: Ms. Sarah Scott
Sweden: Dr. Naba Haq
Italy: Miss Fenia Sourligka
India: Prof. Dr. Bijay Singh
Bangladesh: Mr. Sohail Chaudhry
Nepal: Mr. Nenda Kumar
Spain: Mr. Sameeullah Khan
Magnolia: Mr. Tsogoo Ts
South Africa: Mr. Amir Hussain
Norway: Mr. Sibt Hassan Kazmi
Palestine: Mr. Ezzizeddin Hussien
Luxemburg: Mr. Ashraf Qureshi
Ecuador: Ms. Delia Gomezcoello Adv
Kashmir: Munir Hussain Qadri, Sri Nagar.

National Coordination Council:
Islamabad: Mr. Syed Zulfiqar Shah
Lahore: Mr. Sohail Sharif
Karachi: Mr. Dilshad Bhutto
Peshawar: Mr. Azhar Khan
Quetta: Mr. Mahnoor Jamali
Sialkot: Miss Tanzila Sehar
Mardan: Haji Aurangzeb Khan
Chakwal: Miss Noshaba Minhas
Gujranwala: Raja Parvez Khan
Rawalpindi: Mr. Raja Sadaqat Khan
Muzaffarabad Mrs. Naila Shahzad
Rawalakot Mr. Wajid Saeed Khan,
Mirpur Mrs. Shazia Butt
Bagh Sardar Masood Ashiq
Bhimber: Mr. Hamid Nasir
Sadhnuti Sardar Wajid Bin Arif Adv
Kahuta: Mr. Mir Afzal Khan
Gilgit Baltistan: Mr. Sarwar Hussain Gilgiti
FATA: Ziaullah Khan Bangish