Classmates of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) slain leader Benazir Bhutto launched on Monday a leadership programme in her name at the Harvard University, United States.
According to a statement, the Benazir Bhutto Leadership Program has been initiated to “create positive change by supporting promising individuals from predominantly Muslim countries”.
To help launch the programme, a day-long assembly was organised by the varsity’s Class ACT HR ‘73.
Throughout the day, organisers facilitated the students in getting fellowship support, held co-curricular activities drawing on Benazir’s HR ‘73 classmates, and extending the support for public education to a wider audience'.
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The aim of the assembly, according to the organisers, was to examine what it means to lead in the Muslim world and reflect on what Benazir Bhutto might have been able to accomplish under today’s circumstances as Pakistan’s prime minister.
The programme will support promising students from Muslim countries committed to democracy, equality for women, reconciliation of religious and cultural differences, and education for all without gender or religious bias.