Zahir Shah Sherazi

Media Category: Television
Media Organization: DawnNews/Dawn.Com/Others

Bureau Chief DawnNews

M.Sc Mass Communication and Journalism /Masters in English Literature
B.Sc (Pure Sciences)/B.Ed (Bachelors of Education)

• More than 18-year experience: 12-year in print and 6-year in electronic media Covered International assignments for DawnNews in Afghanistan and United States of America
• Covering war on terror in Pakistani tribal and settled areas both for print and electronic media
• Short and Feature Documentaries on Talibanisation, militancy, war on terror besides social development issues
• Feature and article writing on militancy, social, HR and women rights issues, development initiatives, besides current issues of national and international importance.

• SPECIALIST KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

• Militancy, Terrorism, good governance, public health, social development; Afghanistan, gender; women issues, HIV/AIDS; poverty alleviation; human rights; labour and employment; international policy; development economics; urban development and planning; governance; public-private partnerships; United Nations institutions; international policy instruments; NGOs; civil society organizations, child labour, gender issues and education.

Nominated Work

Title: 3) Cost of war paid by people of NWFP/Khyber Pakhtunkhawa

A human interest documentary depicting the economic, social and material losses suffered by the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa due to militancy depicting the human face value and highlighting the sufferings of the people to the masses and the international community objectively, which might have helped a lot in addressing the problems of the people from ordinary labourer to an industrialist and even the youngsters and women folk. This report has in real sense portrayed the true image of the society which is out for peace but had been forced into a war which has brought them socio economic and material destruction.

A human interest documentary depicting the economic, social and material losses suffered by the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa due to militancy depicting the human face value and highlighting the sufferings of the people to the masses and the international community objectively, which might have helped a lot in addressing the problems of the people from ordinary labourer to an industrialist and even the youngsters and women folk. This report has in real sense portrayed the true image of the society which is out for peace but had been forced into a war which has brought them socio economic and material destruction.

Click Here to View