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Stop Street Harassment 1.2

On January 5, 2012 By

Made by Naveen Naqvi

Street Harassment is a global phenomenon that is largely overlooked, and even considered acceptable despite there being laws against it in many places including Pakistan. Street harassment includes making sexually explicit comments, ogling, whistling, following and groping. In the making of these videos, we found that many Pakistani women, especially from […]

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End Fistula in Pakistan

On January 5, 2012 By

Made by Naveen Naqvi.

This video was commissioned by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Pakistan National Forum on Women’s Health and Koohi Goth Hospital. Some Fast Facts on Fistula are: Obstetric Fistula is treatable. It is caused by inadequate healthcare during childbirth. Prevention is the key to ending Fistula. It occurs in the most disadvantaged […]

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Stop Street Harassment! 1.1

On September 30, 2011 By

Made by Naveen Naqvi.

Street Harassment is a global phenomenon that is largely overlooked, and even considered acceptable despite there being laws against it in many places, including Pakistan. Street harassment includes making sexually explicit comments, ogling, whistling, following and groping. In the making of these videos, we found that many Pakistani women, especially from […]

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Stop Staring!

On September 30, 2011 By

Made by Naveen Naqvi.

Street Harassment is a global phenomenon that is largely overlooked, and even considered acceptable despite there being laws against it in many places, including Pakistan. Street harassment includes making sexually explicit comments, ogling, whistling, following and groping. In the making of these videos, we found that many Pakistani women, especially from […]

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Made by Naveen Naqvi.

Nefer Sehgal is a freelance filmmaker and a photojournalist with Express Tribune.

Here she explains that when you are in the field taking pictures, gender becomes secondary with the story taking priority over all else. Photojournalism is Nefer’s passion, and she says that she would definitely encourage more women to take […]

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Made by Amina Agha and Naveen Naqvi.

Claire Ulrich is the Editor of Global Voices en français and member of Global Voices board of directors.
Global Voices is a community of more than 300 bloggers and translators around the world who work together to bring you reports from blogs and citizen media everywhere, with […]

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Made by Amina Agha and Naveen Naqvi. Dubbed by Nofil Naqvi.

Mohamed Ibrahim is the winner of the Best Social Activism Campaign category of the Deutsche-Welle Best of Blogs Awards (BOBs) 2011. He won the prize for the Facebook page, “We are all Khaled Said,” which was a mobilization tool in the Arab […]

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Tasneem Ahmar is Director of the Uks Research Center, a resource and publication center that focuses on the women-media relationship.
Here she talks to Naveen Naqvi of Gawaahi about how there can be more gender-sensitive reporting in the media.

Ahmar points out that more women in the field could lead to better reporting […]

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This video is produced, shot and edited by Naveen Naqvi.

Nofil Naqvi tells you the fundamentals of a good shoot. Effective framing, interesting composition, rule of thirds are some of the tips he offers. He also goes over basics like how to focus. Watch, listen, and if you have a camera, get out there and […]

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Made by Amina Agha and Naveen Naqvi.

Tasneem Ahmar is Director of the Uks Research Center, a research, resource and publication center that focuses on the women-media relationship. Tasneem Ahmar has worked to promote gender equality through sensitization workshops, mentoring, media advocacy, media monitoring and the Uks Radio Project, which is known for its all […]

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