Guidelines for International/ National Representatives

I. Learn about the SEPLAA Foundation & Think Tank:

In order to become an effective representative of SEPLAA Foundation to the global community, you need to be completely familiar with the vision, mission and the work of SEPLAA Foundation. We therefore request that you visit our website regularly and read everything there is to know about this organization. It is only through knowledge that you can become a representative of SEPLAA Foundation in your community.

II. Create Awareness about our work:

One of the expectations we have from our International and National Representatives is that they be active advocates of SEPLAA Foundation policies through social media, as this is the best means of networking and creating awareness for them. We therefore request that you join the following social media websites  where formally selected Representatives will be expected to:

1. Create a LinkedIn account with their current position at the SEPLAA Foundation as the ‘International SEPLAA Foundation Representative, (your country name)’ or ‘National SEPLAA Foundation Representative (name of city).’

2. Be active on our  facebook pages by “liking” and commenting on posts, sending quotes/news/ awareness messages for the newsfeed and inviting your friends to the page.

Speak about the SEPLAA Foundation: We expect our representatives to speak about SEPLAA in public forums, gatherings and to potential organizations interested in becoming a part of SEPLAA Foundation through their corporate social responsibility and national/international outreach/donor programs to push for policy reforms.

This should be aimed at increasing awareness about SEPLAA Foundation and its objectives. Examples of such interventions can be hosting a talk at a university/college, speaking on local media channels, getting in touch with the Pakistani Embassies in your respective countries and hosting events there, having an informative talk with friends and family in your house, holding a fund raiser for SEPLAA Foundation. All events will need to be documented and reported back so that the events can be covered in our publications and online forums.

III. Forge Collaborations/Partnerships

Where possible the National/International SEPLAA Foundation Representatives will be encouraged to forge partnerships between the SEPLAA Foundation and Government departments/Research Institutes/Educational Institutes etc. in their countries of representation.

IV. Membership of National/International Representative:

National Representatives will be required to be registered Members of the SEPLAA Foundation as they will be closely involved in the working of the various policy interventions of the SEPLAA Foundation. For membership registration details please email us at and see link.

 Last updated: 10th May, 2021