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Kelley Calvert

Kelley Calvert is an Assistant Professor of English for Academic and Professional Purposes and the director of the Graduate Writing Center (GWC) at the Middlebury Institute […]

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Swati Sanyal Tarafdar

Swati Sanyal Tarafdar is a freelance writer, instructional designer, and content developer born and brought up in Calcutta, India. She writes educative material and content for […]

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Riham Alkousaa

Riham Alkousaa is 24-year-old Palestinian Syrian Journalist based in Berlin, Germany. She holds a BA in Faculty of Media from Damascus University. She was previously employed […]

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Brittany Lane

Brittany Lane is a graduate with distinction candidate for a M.A. in International Policy and Development at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. She […]

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Moraa Obiria

Moraa Obiria is a writer based in Kenya. She is currently a Masters student in Gender and Development Studies at Kenyatta University, Kenya. She has published […]

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Zofeen Ebrahim

About the Author: For Pakistani journalist, Zofeen Ebrahim, the path to journalism was never a “carefully thought out” or a “planned” career choice. It was as if […]

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Lubna Reshi

Lubna Reshi is a researcher and a journalist who believes her pen is a weapon to fight against oppression. Being from a conflict zone, she believes it […]

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Christine Stark

Christine Stark is a speaker, organizer, trainer, and an award-winning writer and visual artist of Anishinaabe/Cherokee ancestry. Her essays, poems, and creative non-fiction have appeared in […]

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Shazia Yousuf

Shazia Yousuf was born in downtown Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir. When she was three, armed war broke out in the valley against […]

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Meltem Ağduk

Meltem Ağduk is Gender Programme Coordinator for the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in Turkey. She is a graduate of Journalism and Public Relations. After getting […]

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Noorjahan Akbar

Noorjahan Akbar is a student activist and blogger from Afghanistan. She has taught English, computer skills and leadership to women; participated in and organized several protests […]

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Nükhet Kardam

Nükhet Kardam originally from Turkey, is Professor of Development Practice and Policy at the Mddlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. She has two books titled […]

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