Conscious and conflict 3 Reviews

By: Syeda Zauraiz Sohail

Hardcopy Price

PK Flag
PKR 1000
INR Flag
INR 800
USD Flag
USD 30

E-book Price

PK Flag
PKR 250
INR Flag
INR 200
USD Flag

The author brings to life the fears, doubts and aspirations of adolescent voices living through the Covid-19 pandemic. The author identifies a unique yet ignored perspective of young people, how they see the world and react to the inequities and vicissitudes of life.

ISBN (Digital)
ISBN (Hard copy) 978-969-696-509-1
Total Pages 42
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 1 hour
Genre Poetry
Published By Daastan
Published On 08 Aug 2021
No videos available
Syeda Zauraiz Sohail

Syeda Zauraiz Sohail

A sixteen years old author who enjoys writing poems and prose and reading in her free time. She thoroughly enjoys writing as a form of self expression as it allows her to express her thoughts and feelings which can not be said out loud.


Syed Aidrus


Aug 09, 2021

My God I had no Idea of the hidden talent that young girl of your's had. Absolutely amazing!

Adnan Sohail


Aug 09, 2021

Brilliant read.

Ahmad Khan


Aug 08, 2021

Conscious and conflict 0 Reviews, By: Syeda Zauraiz Sohail
This work suggests government and public authorities must improve young people’s representation on participatory platforms and review access to support. Schools, youth organisations and service providers should review forums for engaging young people in decision-making. As for media, it must balance the portrayal of young people during the pandemic, from involving them in reporting roles to covering their personal stories. “The report asks difficult questions about why young people’s voices have been so absent from decision-making during the pandemic. Far from being naïve, young people spoke lucidly about their experiences of family life, friendships, access to education and healthcare. They held strong views about political and public responses to the crisis, and about what actions are needed, supported by their own research. Listening to young people is a starting point. But more than this, the work concludes that there is a need for action, results, and accountability. To overlook young people as partners in the recovery from the COVID-19 crisis would be a failure of imagination by the political leaders who are elected to represent them.”

Books in Same Genre