World Youth Summit for Peace Organization (WYSPO) is non profit organization registered and based in Pakistan. WYSPO is currently represented in 50 countries across the globe with the vision to make youth and young generation educate, inform, motivate and empower for their Society and countries. WYSPO mission is to engage with top policymakers, network with promising youth from the region and the world that are determined to make our world a better place for everyone. The World Youth Summit for Peace is attended by a wide range of participants, including and not limited to heads of states and government, international young leaders, inspiring youth in various fields, prominent international figures and youth groups from around the world.
In this Summit the Youth delegates & Youth Ambassadors of IHRC will come together for Conference in an open forum which encourages dialogue on the Human Rights Protection, Efforts for Peace, Empowerment for Women, Welfare of Children, Youth Development, and Respect for Dignity, Education, Health Services, countering drug trafficking, crime prevention, Anti-corruption, human trafficking, prevention of substance abuse, Interfaith Harmony and Justice for all.
During the Conference, the delegates will discuss all the issues and crisis going on around the world. They will come up with solid polices as to how all these issues can be solved and how all human rights violation across the globe can be stopped.
- To give talent appreciation awards to young people to encourage them in social development.
- To motivate youth for contributing towards promoting peace, democracy and human rights and the development of the country as responsible citizens.
- To combat poverty and improvements in living standards and quality of life, thereby, promoting great social and economic development, justice and gender equality.
- To initiate public debates about the means to eradicate discrimination and social injustice against women, minorities and other disenfranchised groups through organization of education.
- To coordinate with survivors of persecution, torture and trauma on account of political & religious affiliation or their race & ethnicity and facilitate them to access with healthcare, psychological care.