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Raphael Tsavkko Garcia, blogger and writer for Global Voices in Sao Paulo, Brazil talks about his reportage on matters of religion. He believes there is growing religiosity in the world that is related to progress.

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Diego Casaes, Coeditor of Global Voices in Sao Paulo, Brazil talks about the possibility of ‘small revolutions’ through the new media.
 

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This video is shot by Amina Agha. It is produced and edited by Naveen Naqvi.

Salma is a survivor of abuse, who has found a temporary home at the shelter for women in Karachi, Panah. In this interview conducted by Amina Agha, she tells her story of abuse, narrating how she was beaten […]

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Nisha Susan on online activism

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This video was submitted to Gawaahi.com by Sabeen Mahmud.

In this interview done in Delhi, India, Nisha talks about the phenomenon she describes as ‘Mombatee (Candle) Activism,’ why and how an internet campaign can work for you, and what it means to be an online activist as opposed to a street […]

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Shoma Chaudhury talks to Gawaahi

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The power and dangers of citizen journalism This video was submitted to Gawaahi.com by Sabeen Mahmud.

This interview was conducted in Delhi, India on an iPhone. Here, Shoma Chaudhury, Managing Editor, Tehelka Magazine and Founder member of Tehelka.com talks about what she looks for in reportage and in an opinion piece; […]

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Made by Naveen Naqvi, São Paulo, Brazil.

This is a brief interview with Brazil-based Ana Carmen Foschini, author of ‘Conquiste a Rede/Conquer the Web,’ a series of four books written along with Roberto Taddei on how to do precisely what the title indicates. Here I have asked her what motivated her to write […]

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Lyari Expressway

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Edited and produced by Naveen Naqvi. Shot by Nofil Naqvi.

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Shot and edited by Nofil Naqvi. Produced by Naveen Naqvi.

Flood survivor, Ghulam Mohammed tells us that when he recalls the floods that hit Pakistan in July 2010, he feels he will lose his mind.

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Shot and edited by Nofil Naqvi. Produced by Merium Azmi.

Textile worker, Noor ul Islam, who was shot at by his bosses’ guards, shares his story of disappointment with sold-out union leaders.

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My Pakistan – Karachi University

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Shot by Nofil Naqvi. Edited by Saman Ghani Khan and Naveen Naqvi. Produced by Naveen Naqvi.

Karachi University students describe what Pakistan means to them, and what they want for Pakistan.

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