Empowers the voice of under-represented peoples and communities
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Kashmir Development Foundation (KDF) is leading on a national campaign to celebrate ‘Kashmir History Week’ (20
– 27 October) in recognition of the Kashmiri diaspora community and
their contributions to the local economy, cultural heritage and civic
life in various towns and cities alongside the Black History Month
celebrations in United Kingdom.
To build relations, bridge divisions
and develop networks across communities & cultures for
reconciliation, conflict transformation, peace and development within
all the regions of former state of Jammu and Kashmirby developing strong and vibrant sports networks for hosting inter and intra-regional, and across ceasefire line/Line of control (LOC) sports events.
proactively engage in removing barriers in transforming conflict and campaigning
for a more productive Indo-Pak peace process over Kashmir, inclusive of
Kashmiri voices from all the regions of Jammu and Kashmir.
Advancing the education of general public in the arts, culture and heritage of Jammu and Kashmir.Kashmir Development Foundation is currently developing a Kashmiri
Diaspora oral history project. We support visual and performing arts and
We are leading on the development of “J&K
International Trade and Investment Network” to release the potential of
Kashmiri Diaspora to realise economic regeneration, trade and investment
in all the regions of Jammu and Kashmir.