• Sustaining printing project “Pakistan Trade Unions Resource Center” funded by Swedish Graphic Workers Union (1995-1998)
  • With financial aid of Olof Palme International Center ‘Mazdoor Jeddojuhd’ (Workers’ Struggle) became the first weekly paper of working class in Pakistan in 1997. Self -sustaining since 1999
  • Run three union schools (1993-2000) for working children with nine teachers and coordinating and administrative staff with help of Swedish Teachers Union Gothenburg; over 3,000 students were educated
  • Maintained Gulzar Labour Hall (1996-1999), facilitating trade union on subsidized rates
  • Produced video film ‘Trade Unions for a Brighter Tomorrow’ in 1997
  • Run 10 adult literacy centers (1997-2000) for trade unions members with financial help of Swedish Teachers’ Union, Local Branch Gothenburg; for 1,000 learners
  • In extension of the project eight centers (2001-2004) were run in Lahore for 600 learners
  • Further expanding the adult literacy program, 10 centers were set up in Sindh province in 2002, and in 2004 there are 16 centers in Sindh and Balochistan for over 400 learners
  • After nuke explosions by India and Pakistan in May 1998, launched ‘Campaign for a Peaceful Pakistan’ in 2000 for promoting peace consciousness among workers and youth, engaging over 1,500 people from 2000 to 2004 in Lahore & Karachi
  • Launched ‘Democratic Development Pakistan’ in 2003 to promote democratic values, associating over 1,000 activists from target groups in Lahore & Karachi
  • Publishing monthly newsletter since 2003, and several posters, leaflets, stickers, booklets on different working class issues


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