The Online Revival of Pakistan’s Handmade Crafts By Moneeza Burney

Moneeza Burney is associated with several social projects in Pakistan – working as a freelance journalist, script writer, researcher in the development sector while leading her own youth programs. Since 2014, Moneeza has served as a Director of the Lahore Students Union (LSU), a platform for youth community service and social leadership, which has placed over 1,000 students …

How Access To Information Helps Fight Forest Crimes in Liberia By Edward Blamo

Edward Blamo is a multimedia journalist with strong interest in the environment and rights issues. In 2019, he won the Press Union of Liberia Environmental Journalist of the Year award for a ground-breaking investigative article on an impasse between residents of Camp Alpha Town, Gbarpolu County and Rangers of the Forestry Development Authority over a …


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