CMACED is a quintessential and a verve enterprise with an aim to form an entrepreneurial mindset. This place gears the students with certainty, expertise, and gizmo to turn an entrepreneurial idea into a growing reality. Superior University signed a MOU with United Nations Association of Pakistan (UNAP) on July 6th, 2021. This was signed virtually and the MOU was hosted by Ms. Hina Tariq (Global Community Manager CMACED), the Appointee from Superior University was Mr. Khawaja Hisham-ul-Hassan (Registrar Superior University). The Witnesses from Superior University were Mr. Muneeb Ahmed (Deputy Director CMACED) and Mr. Usman Sadiq (Asst. Director SEP). Ms. Mishal Birgees Khan (Head of UNAP Youth) was the focal person from UNAP.

Superior University collaborated with the United Nations Association of Pakistan for the university chapter for students and teachers to coordinate their activities in line with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. As an individual Youth member of UNAP, you can avail the distinctive benefits outlined below, A forum to voice your support for Pakistan engagement at the UN, with a current focus in making the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a success. The opportunity to participate in local and international conferences and trainings. Key annual events include the Annual Leadership Summit, Members Day at the UN and WFUNA Plenary Assembly amongst others. Invitations to volunteer for different UNAP events, campaigns and drives for social causes like poverty alleviation, health, education and environment protection throughout the year. Opportunity to avail internships as well as leadership positions at the Youth wing of UNAP provided you fulfill the certain age and qualification criteria for the post. The Youth wing comprises individuals aged between 15 and 26. Opportunities to interact and work closely with UNAP partners, ranging from UN officials, Individuals, Educational Institutions, Business Organizations, Government, Departments and other Non-governmental and nonprofit. organizations.

Some of the core aims of UNAP Youth are to educate young people and the community about the work of the United Nations. Empower young people to get involved in international affairs and civil society and represent the views of young people at a local, national and international level; and, act as forum for young people to network and socialize. UNYAs conduct a variety of activities, some of which are: Conferences (local, state, national and international) – these often have a Model United Nations component as well as leadership, education and representation.

By this we are establishing a campus chapter and it opens a lot of opportunities for students. UNAP provides young people a chance to contribute to the human and economic development in Pakistan by promoting the global agenda of Sustainable Development, set by the United Nations (UN).

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