November 2015

RABTT CHANGE AGENTS
Rabtt announces RABTT CHANGE AGENTS!!! We are looking for a selective cohort of 16 Change Agents (A-Level and Intermediate students only) who will design & implement their own projects of social change, and present their ideas at Rabtt’s Annual Dinner to representatives from the corporate, development, and academic sector. Applications are now open! Visit www.rabtt.org/rca
RABTT FOLLOW UP WORKSHOPS 2015

Rabtt is back with a series of Workshops planned for all the schools where Summer Camp were held in June-July 2015. The philosophy behind these one day workshops is to build upon the Rabtt Summer Camps and to reinforce the learning process while focusing on core topics like Peace Building, Dramatics, Arts and Start Empathy. Continuing through the month of November, various workshops conducted were held across different schools: Ghauri Deans (Arts & English), Saint Johns Boys (English), CDG Girls (History and Philosophy), Sanjan Nagar School (Dramatics) & Model Town Boys (Maths).
RABTT – THE HISTORY PROJECT WORKSHOPS AT MHSF SCHOOLS HAFIZABAD 
Rabtt in collaboration with The History Project conducted workshops at the MHSF school in Hafizabad. The workshops inspired students to question stereotypes and understand their identities through activity based learning. These were the first two of the series of workshops to be conducted this year in collaboration with THP.
RABTT AT AMAN LEADERS PROGRAM

Imran Sarwar was invited to speak at the launch ceremony of the AmanLeaders program by Aman Foundation. The AmanLeaders is a 2-year management trainee program that aims to develop leaders in the social sector by giving them a hands-on and diverse set of experiences. Imran talked about the necessity to connect with and learn from all stakeholders, the perils of assumed selflessness, and merits of failing fast and learning from our mistakes in pursuit of our goals.’
RABTT WORKSHOPS AT MHSF SCHOOLS HAFIZABAD 
For past year and half, Rabtt has been conducting a series of Workshops with students at M. H. Sufi Foundation (Boys & Girls) School in Kot Ishaq, Hafizabad. This year we are working with two sections simultaneously and the series will culminate with a graduation ceremony for both sections. During the month of November, two Rabtt Workshops were held there focusing on Team Building & Thinking Skills.
ARTICLES
RABTT FEATURED IN SAI ALUM SERIES
Imran Sarwar talked to South Asia Institute at Harvard University for their Alum Q+A Series. This is a series of profiles of Harvard alumni who are young entrepreneurs in South Asia. Imran talked about Rabtt, and what it is like to be an entrepreneur in South Asia. Read full article HERE
FROM THE BLOG

“I believe education is not just about sciences, math and languages. It’s the complete learning process. Of course, all the basic education is very important for us to understand this world. We need the basic knowledge of all the things before we determine our thing. My idea of an ideal education is that helps us in self-awareness and also makes us aware and prepares us for the real life problems.” Tayyaba Iftikhar writes about Yarmiah Saleem`s experience at Rabtt Summer Camp. http://rabtt.org/we-need-change/
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