Islamabad, Pakistan – In an unprecedented alliance, Best Diplomats and the Ministry of Law, Government of Balochistan, Pakistan, united to champion Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG 16) at the distinguished Marriott Hotel in Islamabad. Esteemed figures from various sectors converged, highlighting a collective commitment to nurturing peaceful societies, ensuring justice, and building robust institutions.
Director General Fawad Ali Langah introduced Best Diplomats in Pakistan for the very first time, outlining the organization’s vision to participants. Best Diplomat’s vision strictly revolves around youth empowerment by providing them prestigious global platforms where they can present their nations and their ideas to the world.
The event was led by Mr. Fawad Ali, collaborated with Law Minister of Balochistan, Mr. Amanullah Kanrani, to welcome esteemed guests. Among the luminaries present were Government officials, diplomats, legal experts, journalists, civil society organizations, international Governmental organizations (IGOs), non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and academia. Among the distinguished guests were Mr. Farhatullah Babar (Former Senator), Maj. Gen Imran Fazal, HI (M) (Retd), Director Foundation University School of Health Sciences (FUSH), Kanwar Dilshad Provincial Minister for Law, (Government of Punjab), Mr. Shoaib Suddle (Former Inspector General of Police), Chairman Khalid Rehman (Institute of Policies Studies), and various other influential personalities.
The conference shed light on the pivotal theme of “Access to Justice, Effective Institutions, and Peaceful Societies.” Discussions revolved around the urgent need to fortify institutions, ensure universal justice, and promote inclusivity to foster sustainable development.
Mr. Fawad delivered an impactful speech underscoring the importance of SDGs and outlining strategies for their achievement. While Mr. Amanullah Kanrani emphasized that embracing Islamic laws is integral to national success of Pakistan, considering them a way of life.
The collaborative effort between government and non-government entities emerged as a focal point, deemed crucial for the successful implementation of SDG 16. This aligns seamlessly with the broader agenda of sustainable development outlined in the 2030 Agenda. The conference marks a significant stride in forming partnerships and uniting efforts to construct a fairer and more peaceful world for all.