Talks and interviews

Mosque Leader Suspected of Framing Pakistani Teenager - with Lisa Mullins in PRI’s The World, Sept 3, 2012 (audio) 

World Have Your Say - Pakistan Blasphemy, BBC radio talk show, Sept  3, 2012 (audio)

Newshour  - Imam who accused girl is arrested… BBC, Sept 2, 2012 (audio)

Pakistan: A Journalist’s View – An Interview with Beena Sarwar - by David Barsamian, Alternative Radio, video by Balaji Narasimhan, Jan 18, 2012 (compiled by New Pakistan)

Pakistani Airman Apologises to Family of Indian Pilot, with Lisa Mullins on PRI’s The World, Aug 15, 2011

46 years after the war, a moment of humanity, NDTV’s ‘The Buck Stops Here’ with Barkha Dutt, Qais Hussain, Farida Singh, Aug 10, 2011

In conversation at Kuch Khaas, Islamabad, July 2011: Babette Niemel, Beena Sarwar

In conversation with Babette Niemel about Pakistan at Kuch Khaas, Islamabad, July 2011

India-Pakistan: Let’s make peace - Talk at TEDx Margalla, Islamabad, Dec 2010

Aur Nikle.nge Usshaq ke Qafle‘ – documentary screening and discussion at Kuch Khaas, Islamabad, Nov 2010

Pakistan bans ‘Blasphemous’ Facebooklive discussion in Delhi with Barkha Dutt, NDTV; other guests – Marvi Memon in Islamabad, Mehmal Sarfaraz in Lahore, May 2010

‘Women of Strength’ talk show, with Rabia Baig, May 2009 (broadcast in July, 2009)

Ankahi: ‘On Journalismwith Faisal Qureshi and Jasmine Manzoor, Samaa TV, May 14, 2008

Post-election report and analysis in The Real News, Feb 20, 2008

Analysis on the conflict in Pakistan: the agenda of local militants and the Taliban have converged, for The Real NewsOct 4, 2008

Workshop on Pakistan for the Lelio Basso Foundation, about the consequences of the war on terror on human rights and women rights in Pakistan. Video interview by Luca Muzi, Ombretta Scattoni, Rome, Italy, Apr 18, 2008

Gender and human rights. Lecture audio link: Gender and human rights; Take Five Podcast interview by Barbara LeBlanc, New Hampshire Institute of Politics, St Anselm College, March 16, 2006

Radio Open Source with Christopher Lydon ‘Pakistan’, Jan 19, 2006. Listen here

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 457 other followers

%d bloggers like this: