We Bring You - Pride of Pakistan Awards

We notice there have recently been some negative impressions floating about Pakistan and its people. We do not believe Pakistan is the home of despair and negativity. We believe Pakistan is the home of countless individuals who have enhanced the life of others through their work, their actions but go unnoticed and unacknowledged. Pride of Pakistan aims to change that. 
 
Pride of Pakistan Awards date and venue will be announced soon but nominations are open right now! Please forward your nominations to info@prideofpakistan.com.
 

Awards Categories

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Nominations are welcome for the following categories:

Testimonials
Nicola Sturgeon MSP, Deputy First Minister Scotland

"I would like to congratulate the entire team of Pride of Pakistan for their efforts in making this concept a reality. Scotland is extremely proud of its diverse culture and heritage and our diversity is one of our strengths as a country. The Pakistani community has always made a strong and positive contribution to Scottish society, and today we would not be the same without one another."

"It is wonderful that Dr Imtiaz Ahmed has put such a wonderful event together to celebrate those who have made such a positive difference all over the world. We hope to see the Pride of Pakistan progress further and reach out to other communities across the globe, and celebrate Pakistanis who are both national and international treasures."

Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for External Affairs and International Development

"I commend Dr Imtiaz Ahmad and the team at Pride of Pakistan for the immense work they have done over the years promoting the achievements of Pakistanis worldwide. Far too often we ourselves become riddled in negativity when talking of our ancestral homeland.

The stories of our forefathers (and mothers!) has certainly inspired me and many of my generation, without their endeavour we would not have achieved anything – it is on their shoulders we stand."