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Nadia Ghulam Dastgir

Nadia Ghulam Dastgir

Born in Kabul (Afghanistan) in 1985. From an early age she suffered first-hand the civil war, famine and the Taliban regime. When he was eight years old, a bomb fell on his house causing serious injuries. This experience turned her into an activist for peace, a mission she carries out through her work as a social educator, with conferences and workshops, and with books such as 'Dreaming of Peace'.

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Nadia Ghulam Dastgir

Female migrant workers are an example of strength and perseverance who often go unseen by a large proportion of society.

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