About Us

About VNG

Voice of New Generation (VNG) is a youth-led right based organization formed in 2009 and registered in 2012 under Societies Act of 1860. Voice of New Generation (VNG) is engaged in a long term initiative to develop and sustain a network of young emerging leaders, it has remained a program of Civil Society Support Program (CSSP) named “Empowering the Voices of New Generation”. It has emerged as an outcome of Civil Society Support Program’s initiative titled “Empowering the Voice of New Generation” supported by National Endowment for Democracy and UN Democracy Fund (UNDEF).

Voice of New Generation believes that, by engaging youth in deferent activities for their capacity building and providing them a platform can drive force for a change in Pakistan through lay down a youth moment for peaceful society based on democratic values. It is to be achieved by spreading the efforts of different stack holders including civil society organizations, media persons, academia, researchers, lawyers, trade unions, and elected representatives through lobbying and advocacy for policy reforms and implementation.

VNG Objectives:

  • Providing relevant opportunities and tools to enable youth to exchange information, experiences, lessons learned.
  • Researching, gathering and distributing youth-related Information with the objective of improving communications with youth across Pakistan.
  • Promoting the Voice of New Generation within and outside the country, to the various levels of government, other youth, rural organizations and networks, and policy makers.
  • Connecting rural youth to urban, partner organizations and programs and service providers from across the country to encourage broad and participatory dialogue.

Implementation Strategy:

  • Partnership at district level with local NGOs.
  • VNG permanent Membership.
  • Initially, VNG concentrates its recruiting efforts on youth in all over Pakistan. but eventually will seek to expand the program to the International-level.

Working Themes/ Areas:

  • Connecting youth.
  • Preparing youth.
  • Spacing youth.
  • Involving youth.

Cross Cutting Themes :

  • Human Rights.
  • Civic Education.
  • Peace Building.
  • Governance.