Hope for Global Community

How we work

We know that to bring about lasting change, we need to work together – make connections, use our influence, use our skills and raise funds. Once we’ve got a plan of action and something to say, it’s vital to spread the word and inspire others to act. So we focus our work on key Elements:

 Connecting

The Circle is a unique networking hub. We bring Professional together to discuss relevant challenges, inspire each other, share ideas and offer advice in order to create and generate transformation change. We leverage and broker access to people who can make a difference.

We are currently working on partnership with Attorney Mr. Sheraz Khan, whom developed the Private partnership concept with connecting cycle management.  

Strengthening

Together, as contributors to the global professional’s movement, we bring attention to important issues, amplifying the voices of vulnerable segment of groups.

To raise awareness about International Human Rights, we were involved in supporting a documentary film supported by UN agencies.

Advising

We can provide expert advises who are leader in their field.

Among our members are top human rights lawyers who carried out an extensive research project, analysing the implementation of the Maputo Protocol, which addresses the rights of women, child in Asia. Their objective was to create a research document which could be used as an advocacy tool to effect positive change and protection with regard to the legal rights of vulnerable and minority in Asia.

Funding

Working with respected philanthropist, partners, we seek out and support impact projects by mobilizing funds and ensuring the most effective return on investment.

Through support of private donors , The Circle has funded the creation of community protection groups within 12 Union Councils in the Pakistan . These groups raise people’s awareness of the law and their rights, they enable them to identify and share information about local support services and link them with their local authorities so they can work together to make their communities safer. As part of this work, over 67,000 people have now been made aware of the rights of women and a survey of women in the communities reported 70% know where and how to report human right abuses and feel secure in doing so.

The Private Sector

As the move towards more socially responsible business practices gains momentum, the ability to understand and embrace the different values and needs of diverse cultures and societies becomes ever more important. There are many reasons why corporations need to be aware of the differences between cultures in their strategic decision-making process.

In the era of growing social awareness, corporate with culturally sensitive marketing plans and campaigns will enjoy a positive public opinion and good image, thus financially perform better.