EVENT: CMSS Breakfast Panel Discussion: Pakistan After the Elections.
|CMSS Breakfast Panel Discussion: Pakistan After the Elections. : CMSS is holding breakfast with a panel discussion to address what challenges may face the new Pakistan Government?
The Pakistan Elections on 11 May 2013 have brought the Pakistan Muslim League (N) back to power with Nawaz Sharif becoming Prime Minister for the third time. What are the challenges being faced by the new government, and how it is likely to respond?
The speakers will be:
Winthrop Professor James Trevelyan, Energy Shortage in Pakistan: Issues for thePML-N Government.
University of Western Australia. He is an elected member of the Council of the
International Federation for the Theory of Machines and Mechanism (IFToMM). He chairs the Engineers Australia National Panel on Mechatronic Engineering.
Mr Muhammad Tariq Moj, Islamic Groups and Elections:
PhD candidate at University of Western Australia. His thesis is about the rise of madaris in Pakistan as a counterculture and the comparison of values/ attitudes of students of madaris and mainstream educational institutions.
Professor Samina Yasmeen, Nawaz Sharif: Foreign Policy Directions.
Director of the University of Western Australia’s Centre for Muslim States and
Societies. The professor of political science and international relations. As a
specialist on politico-strategic developments in South Asia.
Cost: Adults- $20.00 and for students/concession $15.00.
Winthrop Professor James Trevelyan,Mr Muhammad Tariq Moj and Professor Samina Yasmeen.
University of Western Australia , Club Cafe Hackett Entrance #1, Hackett Drive, Crawley.WA
Centre for Muslim States and Societies
Fri, 17 May 2013 07:15
Fri, 17 May 2013 09:00
RSVP is required.
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Thu, 16 May 2013 10:09
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