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Shahzeb Younis Twitter: shahzebyounasShahzeb

A business student, an amateur photographer & videomaker, and a Kennedy Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program Alumnus. I love to show my opinions through pictures rather than writing them in blogs. Travelling and getting to know new people is the latest thing in my bucket list. Vintage stuff is the new awesome.
  • Education Inequality: Why Those Who Are Born Poor Die Poor

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    This post was produced for the Global Economic Symposium 2013 to accompany a session on “Trade, Poverty, and Inequality.” Read more at In my dictionary, poverty and inequality go side by side. Poverty is defined as the state or condition of having little or no money, goods, or means of support. Educational inequality […]

  • Job vs. Business – Where does your future lie?

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    In one of my previous articles, I presented the lives of street vendors in the cities of Karachi and Hyderabad, Pakistan. The pictures gave a graphic description of the conditions in which lower class uneducated Pakistanis work, and what they think about unemployment and job conditions can easily be imagined. […]

  • Death Threat on the Roll – Shisha Culture in Pakistan.

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    There has been a sudden rise in the number of patients with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Pakistan and other Middle East countries in the last few years. The reason behind the sharp increase of such diseases is mostly related to tobacco smoking – usually through Shisha, which, according to the teenagers, […]