Asma Jahangir: A meaningful life, an inspiring legacy

Asma Jahangir at her office. Still from my documentary Mukhtiar Mai: The struggle for justice (2006)
Brick kiln workers. Shehryar Warraich/News Lens, 2015
Poster from the event we organised at Harvard, 17 February 2018.
Gen. Zia with President Reagan, 1980s. File photo.
Salamat Masih: 14-year old accused of ‘blasphemy’ in 1993, had to flee the country after Asma got him acquitted
Screenshot of a piece I wrote for Latitude News about Zarteef Afridi after he was killed.
Asma Jahangir — 1995 Laureate — Martin Ennals Award



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beena sarwar

beena sarwar

Journalist, editor, filmmaker; journalism teacher; Nieman. Humanrights, media, gender, peace, culture, extremism, India, Pakistan, Southasia