Karachi, October 26th, 2023: In a remarkable evening jointly hosted by the Culture Department of Sindh and Greenwich University, the Sustainable Harmony event brought together a unique blend of culture, fashion, and education. This enchanting gathering celebrated the essence of sustainable development, highlighting the unity between culture and education. Notable address was delivered by Ms. Mahwish, Head of the School of Fashion, who emphasized the importance of sustainable practices in the world of fashion, and Ms. Eesha Ali from the Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, who highlighted the significance of diversity and equity in education and culture. Vice-Chancellor Seema Mughal addressed the audience, underscoring the collaborative efforts of education and culture in achieving sustainable harmony.

The event featured an art exhibition that beautifully showcased the essence of sustainable development and provided the audience with mesmerizing performances by Sindhi folk artists, offering a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of Sindh. The fashion presentations during the evening focused on sustainable development goals, including climate action, responsible consumption and production, reducing inequalities, promoting peace and justice, achieving gender equality, and fostering decent work and economic growth. Dr. Syed Junaid Ali Shah, the Minister for Culture, Sports, Youth Affairs, and Human Development in the Government of Sindh, delivered a thought-provoking address, highlighting the intersection of culture and education. The Sustainable Harmony event exemplified the fusion of culture and education in the pursuit of sustainable development goals, providing a platform for artists, educators, and students to collaborate and create a brighter, more harmonious future.