CPEC’s Energy Question: Assessing the Environmental Consequences of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor December 11, 2018 | 12:00pm to 02:00 pm The University Club of Washington, D.C| 1135 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20036, USA Join the Facebook event! On 11 December 2018, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organization (UNPO) in collaboration with the World Sindhi Congress (WSC) will organise a panel discussion entitled “CPEC’s Energy Question: Assessing the Environmental Consequences of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor”. The event will bring together academics, students and human rights activists to discuss the inevitable environmental consequences of the mega-project, paying particular attention to
Join World Sindhi Congress and GM Syed Memorial Committee in celebrating the life and legacy of Saeen GM Syed, a leader of Sindhi activism. We will share speeches, cake cutting, dinner, and Sindhi music by renowned Sindhi performer Ahmed Mughal. This event is FREE and all ages! Bring your family & friends and join us at Maharajah Restaurant on Highway 6 in South Houston TX. Join the Facebook event!
“State Terrorism in Sindh: Enforced Disappearance Causes and Consequences” October 27, 2018 at University of Westminster Harrow Campus, London, UK. Watch the videos of the conference! Video playlist on YouTube Conference Video 1 Conference Video 2 Conference Video 3 Conference Video 4 Conference Video 5 Conference Video 6 Conference Video 7 Conference Video 8 Conference Video 9 Conference Video 10 Conference Video 11 Conference Video 12 Conference Video 13 Conference Video 14 Conference Video 15 Conference Video 16 It is a pleasure to invite you to the 30th Annual Conference on Sindh, organized by the World Sindhi Congress. This year’s
World Sindhi Congress (WSC) held a protest in front of Pakistan High Commission in London on 29th September 2018. The protest was held against building Bhasha dam and any other dam on River Indus as these are in contravention of the international laws, accords between the nations of Pakistan and lack any considerstion to the principles of environmental justice and historical rights and human rights of Sindhi people. Any dam on indus will only worsen the catastrophe Sindhi people are facing due to illegal dams and canals already built. The protest also condemned the cavalier, arrogant, immoral, illegal and dismissive