Kashmir Institute of International Relations is a non-profit, non-partisan, non-governmental organization established in 1993 in Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir. With the motto of “Peace through Dialogue” KIIR is working for a peaceful South Asia . KIIR believes peace can only be achieved by the resolution of the Kashmir dispute through substantive dialogue between India , Pakistan and Kashmiris
During the past twenty-five years, KIIR has initiated several international and Kashmir- based activities
KIIR has been working on various levels, which include organizing conflict
Creative approaches to analyze and identify methods in resolving conflicts
Institute of Multi Track Diplomacy, Washington DC, (IMTD) in collaboration with KIIR, funded by USIP
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