About Peaceful Pakistan

“It always seems impossible until it is done.” ~ Nelson Mandela

You must have heard about Change.org and the impact it has made worldwide acting as the most influential change agent in the world. The idea behind Peaceful Pakistan is the same as Change.org but it is tailored for Pakistani users wherein the social challenges and issues can be put before the fellow countrymen. And with a significant number of signatures, a particular issue can be highlighted. All of this is hassle-free, and in the politically unstable environment of Pakistan, where the Dharna culture is booming, a local online petitions website is the best way forward for social activists.

While there are tons of social issues ready to be addressed at all time, several online platforms have proved to be the world’s go-to place when it comes to petitions. All you have to do is to create a petition involving a social issue (not necessarily though) and get the people to sign it for you. The more people provide virtual signatures, the more likely it is that the issue will be presented before the world leaders thereby increasing the chances of it being resolved. Pakistan’s very own petitions website works on the same agenda, highlighting the campaigns for justice, getting the people to virtually sign the petitions and finally make a strong case for the issue to be taken care of. Its mission is to empower people everywhere to create the change they want to see.

Peaceful Pakistan provides an opportunity for the activists to mobilize their supporters in ways unimaginable a few years ago, to highlight the issues in the media provided they gather enough support for the cause and to persuade the community leaders and powerful personalities to engage and derive solutions based on common people’s opinion over the matter.

Click here to know How it Works

Why Peaceful Pakistan?

We all want Pakistan to be a peaceful country, don’t we? Peaceful Pakistan is an opportunity for a common man to spark a change in the society, a change which many of us often think about bringing, but we don’t care to bother, besides we don’t have a platform which can prove to be a life changer for so many of us. Not anymore, Peaceful Pakistan is going to be the next big thing for social activists which will allow them to bring to light critical issues including human rights, animal rights, sustainable food, health, environmental protection, justice, economy, education and whatnot.

No more rallying on the streets and going through so much trouble to gather a few hundred supporters when you have a local online platform to bring about the change we all want to see in our communities. The most important thing is that we need to ‘go local’ if we are to stand on our own feet in the longer run. This is applicable not just for solving our problems by ourselves using our own platforms, but for every other matter that we often associate with the West in one way or the other and end up following their footprints instead of our own people.

Introducing a change in the society, especially in Pakistan, was never easy, but thanks to Peaceful Pakistan you now have a chance to contribute towards the overall wellbeing of your society. Point out the issues, create petitions for legitimate causes, share the petitions to muster support for your cause, share your petition over the social media platforms and let the social media do the rest for you; the reach your petition will get will astonish you, such is the power of social media these days and it is extremely likely that the authorities will notice your petition, and do something about it. CHANGE!

Introducing change in the society takes a lot of hard work and determination, and we all need to come together to spark positive changes in our societies. Peaceful Pakistan is just a platform, it’s the people that are going to use it that matter the most. It is a much-needed initiative for us Pakistanis and it is up to us to use it for the greater good of our country.

Register with us and ‘be the change that you wish to see in the society’.