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Amna Khaishgi
Amna Khaishgi

Amna Ehtesham Khaishgi is a journalist, broadcaster and documentary filmmaker. She writes on migrant populations, especially South Asian workers and expatriate communities across the Arab world. Amna has made several critically acclaimed documentaries that have been screened at prestigious festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival. She has also produced hundreds of hours of Live News programs for leading Pakistani news channels. Amna can be reached via amnakhaishgi@gmail.com and @AmnaKhaishgi on twitter.

COLUMNISTS
Amna Khaishgi
Amna Khaishgi

Amna Ehtesham Khaishgi is a journalist, broadcaster and documentary filmmaker. She writes on migrant populations, especially South Asian workers and expatriate communities across the Arab world. Amna has made several critically acclaimed documentaries that have been screened at prestigious festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival. She has also produced hundreds of hours of Live News programs for leading Pakistani news channels. Amna can be reached via amnakhaishgi@gmail.com and @AmnaKhaishgi on twitter.

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