By Global Journalist Staff Posted Apr 4 2012
Journalists from Pakistan traveled to the Missouri School of Journalism where they spoke to Global Journalist about reporting in their home countries. Hear and read their stories. Learn more about the East-West Center's Pakistan-United States journalists exchange.
- Pushing the limits: Hafsa Syed is an executive producer at Dawn News TV in Pakistan and isnít afraid of controversy.
- A historical perspective: Shabbir Ahmad digs into the reasons behind strained U.S.-Pakistani relations and explains his country's burgeoning electronic news industry.
- Hope for journalists: Sajid Hussain tells how journalists find hope and celebrity status in a country known for violence against journalists.
- Using journalism for justice: Imrana Saghar, a lawyer and journalist in Pakistan, has used both professions to fight for minority rights and to free women in her country, sometimes risking her own safety.
Watch this week's show to hear from some of the visiting journalists' stories about reporting in Pakistan and the state of journalism in one of the most dangerous countries for journalists in the world.
Read about the Pakistani journalists' stop at a Missouri High School, where they found parallels to life back home and gained insight on education.