Pakistani peacebuilder Gulalai Ismail interviewed by BBC

Last week, Pakistani peacebuilder Gulalai Ismail was interviewed on the BBC World Service flagship Outlook programme

Gulalai-250Last week, Pakistani peacebuilder Gulalai Ismail was interviewed on the BBC World Service flagship Outlook programme. Gulalai leads the project Aware Girls which fosters peace and counter-radicalisation in one of the most conservative regions in the country. Talking about the challenges she has faced working in Pakistan, Gulalai was invited to speak live on air about her life as a human rights activist, providing a lifeline for vulnerable members of society.

You might have caught her live on air, but if not you can listen to the interview via the link below.

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  1. Hello, I am doing a report paper and my topic is about women in Pakistan. I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions about this issue. It would mean so much to me if you would take a few minutes to email me so that I could ask you a couple of questions. Thank you

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