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Pakistan Learning Festival - PLF

Pakistan Learning Festival – PLF

Pakistan Learning Festival

Children’s Literature Festival (CLF) is now rebranded as the Pakistan Learning Festival (PLF) as a movement to generate positive social capital creating networks and associations for the purpose of ‘unlocking the power of learning, reading, self-expression and critical thinking”. The festival is curated across multiple-learning strands, is multi-disciplinary, multi-lingual and inclusive for all. PLF targets children (3-18); teachers and youth in colleges and universities.

Our Story

CLF began in November 2011 focused on children primarily to counter poor learning and provide choices through expanded experiential platforms to promote the culture of reading, creativity, imagination, and multi-sensory stimulation; a comprehensive experience beyond textbooks and tests. CLF has remained an equaliser to ALL school systems; it soon offered thture Festival (TLFs) to adopt innovative methodologies & empowering children as learners.

What We do?


    • Develop Language and Literacy
      Our cross-disciplinary approach goes beyond textbooks and makes learning fun


    • Inculcate the 4Cs
      (Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking, Creativity) We believe in empowering children with skills to tackle unprecedented challenges


    • Blur Boundaries between disciplines, languages and borders.
      We love to knit connections between cultures, warming physical or virtual spaces by shared experiences and literature. And encourage holistic learning through meaningful links across sciences and arts.


    • Promote Children’s Agency
      We thrive on empowering children to create new learning resources and showcase their work


  • Create Communities of Practice
    We act as a liaison between the novice learner and the expert through mentorships and redefine the role of teachers and parents as co-learners. We serve as a platform for startups and giants in the education sector to work together toward a common good.