Team & Support

TEAM & SUPPORT

PATRONS:

Prince El Hassan Bin Talal His Royal Highness the Prince of Jordan

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

 

 

Mr. Tasneem Siddiqui (Chairperson), Recipient of the Ramon Magasasey Award and the Sitara-e-Imtiaz by the Government of Pakistan
Mr. Arif Hasan Recipient of the Prince Claus Fund Award, the UN International Year for the Shelterless Memorial Award of the Japanese government, and the Hilal-e-Imtiaz, of the Government of Pakistan.
Ms. Rabia Javeri Senior Beauraucrat, Government of Sindh
Mr. Azmat Ataka Former advisor to the Consul General of Japan in Karachi
Ms. Nasreen Askari Curator, Mohatta Palace Museum
Dr. Habiba Hasan Human Rights Activist
Ms. Azra Raza Director, Aspire Consulting
Mrs. Rabiya Javeri Agha

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

Mr. Roger Mayou Director, ICRC Museum, Geneva
Ms. Mehr Khan Williams Former Assistant Secretary General and Deputy High Commissioner for the United Nations in Geneva until October 2006. Former Regional Director in East Asia and the Pacific for UNICEF.
Mr. Alex Attewell Former Director, Florence Nightingale Museum, UK Currently independent consultant and writer in the heritage sector.
Ms. Samantha Haywood Head of Corporate Education Programmes, Imperial War Museum, UK
Mr. Dan Jones Head of Human Rights Education, Amnesty International UK Section
Mr. Andrew Hutchinson Head of Education, Save the Children, UK</td
Ms. Ruth Gill Head of Interpretation, Royal Heritage Palaces, UK
Ms. Anna Salaman

PROFESSIONAL HELP:

Architects ARCOP Associates, Karachi
Contractors Principal Builders
Structural Engineers Mushtaq & Bilal
MEP Consultants S. Mehboob & Co.
Auditors KPMG
Legal Advidsors Tahera Hasan & Co
Staff At present there are 14 staff members at CMPHR

 

Professionals and Volunteers: CMPHR has team of professionals like artists, writers, theatre professionals, designers, IT professionals and educationists who regularly bring their expertise to the work.

INTERNATIONAL LINK:

The Director of the CMPHR was elected on to the Executive Committee of the International Network of Museums for Peace in May 2005. The objective of this network is to create links between peace related institutions and individuals worldwide to encourage exchange of information, material, exhibitions, set up joint exhibitions to spread know-how etc. It also intends to encourage the creation of more peace museums in different parts of the world.