To bring together youth of both countries closer, the Pak-Afghan Youth Forum organized first of its kind Pak-Afghan Youth Media Workshop in Islamabad. The main objective of the workshop was to enhance people to people connection and provide a platform to media fraternity, academic circle and students of both countries to sit together and work out on ways to address issues in public diplomacy, lobbying and media ventures. This youth media workshop enabled the participants and speakers to interact physically rather than virtually, enabling the youth of the two nations to foster a deeper understanding and mutual respect. It aided in promoting unique cultural exchanges between the two different nations. The three-day media workshop involved activities like interactive lectures, talks, exposure visits and other various hands-on exercises that the participants enjoyed and learned from. The participants also made a documentary as a part of their work during the media workshop. The documentary emphasized the importance of peace between the two nations and the region in general without any political involvement and motivations. In the concluding ceremony of workshop, Wajiha Akram, (Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training) and Ahmed Shakir Qarar, Deputy Head of Mission, Afghanistan Embassy Islamabad, distributed certificates and shields among the participants. They lauded the efforts of organizers and participants and hoped that as peace ambassadors they will continue to work together to foster and promote unique cultural exchanges and media enterprises between the two nations.