What we do?
• Conduct in-depth research on issues concerning Pakistan and the region.
• Identify key areas of cooperation especially in the field of security.
• Document, disseminate and strengthen peace and conflict resolution efforts through analytical discourse.
• Integrate youth in research work particularly to conflict resolution and peacemaking efforts.
• Critically analyze Pakistan’s political, security, socio-economic and foreign policy challenges and to support efforts to integrate the country.
Executive Director Message
To strengthen the debate on peaceful coexistence, geo-political to geo-economic shift, and to avert the future crisis, IICR works with governments, think-tanks, universities, journalists, field experts, policy makers, and civil societies.
IICR is on mission to link research and policy through analysis and youth training to comprehend the state policies and global affairs.
IICR aims to conduct in-depth research to propose sound solutions and policy recommendations to deal with humanitarian and security challenges of Pakistan and the region.
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Seminars on Kashmir Conflict
- Legal Ramifications of Forced Demographic Change and Delimitation Process in IOJK
- Kashmir Policy Dialogue: Two Years of Indian Demographic Terrorism in IOJK
- Kashmir: A Saga of Suffering
- BJP’s Demographic Re-branding of IOJK: A Critical Review Under Contemporary Law
The Kashmir conflict is a territorial conflict over the Kashmir region, primarily between India and Pakistan, with China playing a third-party role. The conflict started after the partition of India in 1947 as both India and Pakistan claimed the entirety of the former princely state of Jammu and Kashmir.