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Academic Development Program

IDSP is evolved as a learning space for the youth of Pakistan especially Baluchistan, where youth mainly discarded on the bases of standards and criteria (degrees, expertise) come together and strive to unpack the mysterious and mechanistic processes of Development, learning and education. One of its major program who engages the youth in Theory and Practice based courses is, "Academic Development Program" which strive to foster the intellectual and practical capabilities of the youth for the development of a self reliant and peaceful society. Academic Development offer courses for the young and motivated groups and individuals, who wants to practice their dreams and strive to contribute in the processes of social change through his/her direct or indirect  involvement. The courses are mainly spaces of reflection, sharing, listening, demonstrating and arguing on different matters/ issues which affect our lives in one way or another. The courses strive to uncover the mysterious and dependent model of development, learning and livelihood which is being imposed by a certain part of world on all the people. These are residential courses help the learners to improve their concepts, analytical and practical skills to translate their dreams into concrete actions. Beyond the long term theory and practice courses. the Program also conducts short course for various groups of the civil society which includes, political activists, journalists, social entrepreneurs, local youth and communities. The program conducts synthesizing and applied researches around the carious themes of development, education culture and livelihood. The program also publish the quarterly journal Urdu- Askul Amal which is distributed in the lager audience of learners and other relevant subscribers.