Areas of Work

Education

Knowledge is Meaningless unless it Wounds the Soul the Way the Plough Wounds the Earth. The real function of Education is to learn how to discern between the Real and the Illusory and to concentrate on the Real. The right of education is for every human being.


Environment

AK’s work in the Environment sector covers a spiritual-academic understanding of the environmental crisis as well as practical implementation of community projects on utilization and conservation of natural resources.


INTER-FAITH

South-Asia and Pakistan, in particular, is a unique region which has brought together peoples of contrasting cultures, languages, beliefs and practices. Home of the Indus Valley civilization – around 8,000 years old – this land is steeped in an ancient educational and spiritual heritage. Inter-Faith dialogue work at AK aims to highlight the shared history of the peoples of South-Asia, their engagement with their immediate surrounding and the world-at-large. 


LAW AND SOCIETY

In our complex society, law regulates our social, political, and economic activities through ‘Rule of Law’. AK strives to play its role in evolutionary domestic and international legal environment. We at AK, offer and pursue, various legal awareness, aid and reform programs to help grow a law abiding society and effective economic regime.  



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To protect animals rights

And there is no creature on the earth or bird that flies with its wings except communities like you. We have not neglected in the Register a thing. Then unto their Lord they will be gathered. (Qur'an,6:38)

To make education for all

The real function of Education is to learn how to discern between the Real and the Illusory and to concentrate on the Real. The right of education is for every human being.

To promote peace through sport

AKF has been active in sport promotion as a vehicle for education and peace in Pakistan.Sport has the power to change the world – how true are these words of Nelson Mandela in a country with its fair share of problems.

To make the planet lively

And He has cast into the earth firmly set mountains, lest it shift with you, and rivers and roads, that you may be guided.(Qur'an,16:15)

To save the Rain Water

And We have sent down blessed rain from the sky and made grow thereby gardens and grain from the harvest.(Qur'an,50:9).

To make Forests Greener

And it is He who sends down rain from the sky, and We produce thereby the growth of all things. We produce from it greenery from which We produce grains arranged in layers. And from the palm trees of its emerging fruit are clusters hanging low. And gardens of grapevines and olives and pomegranates, similar yet varied. Look at its fruit when it yields and its ripening. Indeed in that are signs for a people who believe.(Qur'an,6:99)

Board of Trustees

Barrister Nudra B. Abdel-Majeed Mian

Nudra B. Abdel-Majeed Mian is a Pakistani Advocate who studied Law at Oxford University and the London School of Economics. She practiced at the Bar in England and taught international law at SOAS, London. Her law practice took her towards Islamic Law, Language and Culture so she then did a

Toby Thomas Landau

Toby T. Landau QC is a leading Barrister and Arbitrator in independent practice at Essex Court Chambers since 1994.  He specialises in international and commercial law and has the distinction of drafting England’s revolutionary law on international arbitration at the young age of 27 years. He regularly appears as counsel

Jawad Nawaz Khan

A student, software engineer, architect, cartoonist, illustrator and a tech evangelist. Learning green architecture using indigenous techniques and materials to make lives more comfortable.

Volunteers 2013-2014

  • Nosheen Basharat
  • Nighat Zaman
  • Ali Hussain Chaudry
  • Risham Hussain Chaudry
  • Maryam Sohail
  • Nimra Amjad
  • Uswa Amjad
  • Yusra Amjad
  • Zakiya Majeed-Landau
  • Usama Hussain Chaudry
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