The Political Cadre Development Program is one of the flagship projects of Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF) Pakistan carried out in Southern Pakistan in the province of Sindh in collaboration with the Center for Peace and Civil Society (CPCS). It aims to sensitize mid-level and young political cadres of various democratic political parties about the concept, system and significance of decentralization.
What Our PCDP Fellows Say
This training got me more interested in the local politics of my area and it was a very informative session especially for female political workers.
I thoroughly enjoyed the training session and got to know more about the basic concept of democratic decentralization. It will be immensely beneficial for myself and my political party.
I am very thankful to CPCS and HSF Pakistan for organizing this much-needed training session for young political workers. It definitely improved my understanding about history and dynamics of federal form of government.
It was a wonderful training session much different from typical events and I learned a number of practical concepts regarding political system of Pakistan
Being a law student I had a basic understanding of the political system of Pakistan but participating in this training increased my knowledge and I’ll use the knowledge in my practical field and will spread it throughout my own community.
Center for Peace and Civil Society (CPCS)
D-72, London Town, Opposite Max Bachat, Qasimabad, Hyderabad, Sindh