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The Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) is an independent, not-for-profit non governmental research and advocacy think-tank. An initiative of leading Pakistani scholars, researchers and journalists, PIPS conducts wide-ranging research and analysis of political, social and religious conflicts that have a direct bearing on both national and international security.

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PIPS Programmes

Mrs. Rabia Zafar
A PhD student at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Medford; United State America, joined Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) as internee for three weeks on April 16, 2010.  During her internship period she worked on “Causal Link between Underdevelopment and Growth of Militancy in Swat” with PIPS Conflict and Peace Studies Section. She also conducted two in-house sessions with PIPS staff on “Technical Report Writing Skills: Problems and Suggestions” and “Pakistani-Americans: Perceptions and Realities.”   
Mr. Mehmud Naqi
A graduate from Toronto University, Canada worked with Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) as a research assistant during September 2008. He was involved in projects related to human rights issues and monitored the reporting styles and backup stories of human rights related issues in Pakistani print media.

Mrs. Daniela Hussain
A postgraduate in Applied Psychology from Institute of Pedagogical Psychology, Galati, Romania completed her 3-week internship program at PIPS on January 15, 2009. She worked on psychological factors of radicalization and also contributed a joint paper on “Women Radicalization in Pakistan: An Empirical Study” with Saba Noor, Researcher at PIPS. 


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