Poverty in Pakistan – The Human Cost
This video is part of a project that my students undertook in my supervision. It peeps into the living condition of people from different strata of society in Pakistan, and deliberates as to what measures can be taken, by whom, to reduce poverty?
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Education and Pakistan’s Future
This video is part of a project that my students undertook in my supervision. It gathers viewpoints from different members of Pakistani society on the future of Higher Education in Pakistan and the response of the people in reaction to different issues arising in the education system.
Pulp Fiction: Gwadar – An (Un)Success Story
“There’s no telling, this might just be the case with any ‘New Cities’ we plan. We’re just unfit; it isn’t cynicism, it’s the nature of the beast.”
What’s a Capital Without the Capital?
“I was stranded on the IJP road and then later at the I-8 for hours on end with the roads all practically flooded. We were literally two people driving the car: one mistimed gear shift and we would have been stranded in the rain on the road for the next 6 […]
South Africa: A Long Way South of Gender Equality
A quick glance over a few recent government-issued stats, and one could perhaps be excused at this point for opining that this article is out of touch; that it isn’t worth the metaphorical paper it’s printed on. There are 178 women in South Africa’s 400-strong National Assembly. Women also comprise […]