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A Land Without Barriers

the Students' Patient Welfare Society in collaboration with

RAMP movement Pakistan invite you to the disability rights campaign:

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A workshop including discussions b/w architects and stake holders, presentations and speeches on the disability bill and its importance in the present age. An interactive session including competition between participants, skits prepared by the public, tea break and a special performance by the revolutionary LAAL Band.

An event where the youth is put into action, where the students will voice their opinion and sign the petition.

Venue: King Edward Medical University Auditorium
Date: 28th January, 2012
Time: 1-6pm

Chief Guests:
Dr. Khalid Jameel
Shahista Pervaiz (MNA)
Orya Maqbool jaan (Columnist)
Ayesha Alam Khan (Director of the Knowledge Factory)
Umair Rana
Ali Moeen Nawazish (23 A's in O' Levels)
Taimur Rahman - LAALBold Band

For queries, contact
Rafeh Saeed(Final Year MBBS) (03228460193)
Zarsham Ali(4th Year MBBS) (0313747813)
Bilal Butt (03424012808)

Event Coordinators
Nazeeha Sami, Nida Rauf (2nd Year MBBS)


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