Ever since a young age, I have been a keen writer. It was only when I began reading Jean Sasson’s books about women’s rights in the Middle East that my interest in human rights became a passion. Whether it be women, men, the young or the old, the poor or the rich, I hope in some way this blog will help create awareness about some of the cruelties still present in modern day society.
I am currently studying Journalism at Kingston University and am the President for the Kingston University Journalism Society. I graduated from an international school in London in May 2011.
While interning with different publications during my gap year, I was motivated to start searching for my own news stories and getting some practice as a real journalist.
Everything you will read on here is purely my own work. I conduct my own interviews with the people I write about and gather my own statistics and information from sources I can ensure are reliable. Any views expressed here are my own and on the rare occasions that I do take information from another site, I will state so. Having said that, I love doing it. I love conducting my own interviews and interacting with different people from all parts of the world. I write about the issues that really matter to me, but I’m definitely very keen to hear from anyone who has a story to tell or a story they’d like me to follow up.
I was the editor of my Middle School and High School newspaper and have written articles for the various publications I have interned with. You can read more about my internships under the Work Experience section of this site, and you will also find some of my published articles on the bottom of the page.