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Seminar on “Effective role of social change organizations”
December 4, 2015
 
On Friday 4th December 2015 a seminar was conducted by School of Professional Advancement for the students of MSM, MHRM, MS SLM on “Effective role of social change organizations” and “planning an effective process of recruitment”. The first session was conducted on the “Effective role of Social Change Organizations” by Mr Dr Tariq Habib Cheema. He is globally renowned personality working purposely for the poor and for those who are in need irrespective of their race, colour and religion. He is ranked among the 500 most influential Muslims since 2009. He is the founder of the World Congress of Muslim Philanthropists, a global network dedicated to advance effective and accountable giving. He is currently the Country Head of American Refugee Committee Pakistan.

Dr. Cheema was invited by School of Professional Advancement at UMT to address the students of (MHRM, MSM, MS SLM). He shared his experiences about working with different world recognized social change organizations. He emphasized individual roles in making social change organizations effective by reflecting on self actualization and self analysis. He highlighted that that the process of change starts from within an individual. As a human being simply by caring very minor things we can contribute in social change.

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