Annam Lodhi is a freelance journalist based in Islamabad, Pakistan. She received the Agahi Award, in 2020 and 2021, in the categories 'Data Journalism' and 'Inclusiveness', respectively. She writes for national and international publications and is currently a student of MSc Development Studies at NUST, majoring in Social Work with a keen interest in gender. Her experience ranges from being a beat reporter, content writer, researcher, data journalist, and investigative reporter to being a social media manager, satirist, social activist and social worker. Annam focuses on the intricacies between gender, culture, tech and climate change. She is also interested in incorporating data in her stories and turning boring data into human interest stories. She prefers long-form and investigative features. You can reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over 265 fake local news sites in more than 65 countries are managed by an Indian network, designed to influence the European Union and the United Nations by criticizing Pakistan, revealed researchers at EU DisinfoLab.
‘Oh, so you are the feminist type’, declared my editor while I made a point about not wanting to cover an event that objectified women in 2015. It felt like an accusation.
She had a child through a sperm donor. Nadra refuses to recognise it. A non-traditional family's looming collision with the patrilineal Pakistani state
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