The Lanzhou University and UAB&R have jointly organized 6th Belt & Road International Youth Forum in Lanzhou University, Gansu Province, China on 10th December in 2021. UAB&R was established in 2015 and currently consists of 173 universities across over 27 countries and regions along the B&R. The Online Conference carried on the Win-Win approach and the Silk Road Spirit. WANG Haiyan, Director General, Department of Education, Gansu Province, China, ZHANG Shizhen, Vice-Governor of Gansu Province, China, YAN Chunhua, President, Lanzhou University, China, WANG Bo, Vice-President, Peking University, China, Barney Glover AO, Vice-Chancellor and President, Western Sydney University, Australia, HOUKIN Kiyohiro, President, Hokkaido University, Japan and many other educationists and experts delivered their speeches in the online conference. Prof Dr LONG Ruijun delivered his presentation on, “Harmonizing Conservation & Development along the Silk Road: A Case of the Hindu-Kush-Karakoram-Pamir Landscape”
Prof Dr Zahid Anwar, Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences and Director of China Study Centre, University of Peshawar, Pakistan delivered his paper on, “ CPEC (China Pakistan Economic Corridor) Consortium of Universities: Opportunities and Challenges”. Prof Anwar in his paper underlined that future belong to our young generations and collaboration in higher education will pave the way for peaceful and prosperous future of the two countries and the region at large. Pakistan is catering to the needs of its young people and providing them education, employment, recreational activities, healthy and competitive environment so that it can play its productive role in nation building. The joint efforts of CAHE and HEC are successfully strengthening cooperation in higher education between the two friendly countries. The China Pakistan Universities` Consortium since 2017 is providing a conducive environment to the young people to promote their career and contribute to the China and Pakistan`s joint march towards a shared, peaceful and prosperous future.