Tag: Nazish Brohi



70 Years Later, Where Are Women At?

70 Years Later, Where Are Women At?

70 Years Later, Where Are Women At? Farieha Aziz is a Karachi-based APNS-award-winning journalist. She is a co-founder of the digital rights and civil liberties advocacy group, Bolo Bhi.stantly writing columns for leading Sindhi newspaper since 15 years, however she also have been writing Urdu blog for dawn.com and literary profiles for weekly literary edition in Dawn. […]

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Forced Conversions at T2F

Forced Conversions at T2F

Although the Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made it very clear that all religious minorities should enjoy equal rights in the newly independent country of Pakistan, since 1947 till today a large percentage of religious minorities have migrated to other countries to escape discrimination and sometimes persecution. One of the most disturbing instances of persecution is […]

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Karachi – Where the Streets Have Two Names

Karachi – Where the Streets Have Two Names

Join The Second Floor (T2F) for a talk by Nazish Brohi as she takes us on a journey through the streets of Karachi and explores politics, power, and resistance through women’s narratives. Women’s narratives contour a critical cartography of the city, an experiencing of landscapes through personal histories and political memories. The streets women travel […]

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