Youth of Pakistan Represented at 15th Session of Human Rights at UN Headquarters in Switzerland, Geneva

Geneva (Nut Desk) Pakistani Youth Delegation participated in 15th Session of Human Rights Committee which was held in Geneva, Switzerland. The aim of the Session was to bring together the full diversity of the Human Rights community, policy makers, practitioners and researchers from all geographical regions, at local, national, regional and international levels.

Global Youth Advocate of United Nations, Chairman Youth Revolution Clan and Head of Pakistan Youth Delegation Mr. Rizwan Anwar represented Pakistan and discusses and endorse in his speech about the “Protecting Human Rights in an increasingly automatized word: Artificial Intelligence, opportunities for Human Rights Activists”.

He said the Youth of Pakistan has great potential and energies for the social and positive society transformation but youth of Pakistan is always neglected at all levels, international organizations need to provide opportunities to the young people of Pakistan as youth involvement is essential for the achievement of SDGs at all levels.

The UN Secretary-General has referred to young people as the “torchbearers” of the development framework and we should all continue to work towards strong and effective participation of young people and youth organizations in the development agenda, especially to achieve the Sustainable Development Goal for the Sustainable Future. Maha Jamil Co-Chair of YRC and Director at KCLCD, Kinnaird College for Women further added in her speech that Gender balanced youth groups can be trained for Social Activism on Artificial Intelligence for Social Transformation and Sustainable Development.