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Micropublisher / Photographer / Researcher
My services synthesises everything I’ve gleaned from over eight years of reporting internationally as a radio correspondent, writer and documentary photographer. As well as designing several websites for healing arts clients, researching & publishing several human rights reports and crafting my own micropublishing project Migrant Stories.
I want to help you empower the communities that you assist, inspire understanding, communicate global initiatives – and provide a platform for conveying the resilience of the human spirit.
From planning to content gathering, design and delivery, I can help you stand out!
Here’s how my services will benefit you
- I can help you plan a communications strategy.
- As an experienced researcher, I can help you gather content by conducting interviews, needs assessments and focus groups.
- I can provide images for the final publication.
- I can turn the traditional bland report into an innovative and creative design solution that offers an unforgettable experience for your advocacy or communications materials.
- I’ll edit the material and deliver it to suit your needs.
Some of my past work
In 2009, I created Taste Culture which was an initiative aimed at providing an innovative and creative solution to address racism and the plight of migrant workers in Lebanon. Here’s what I accomplished:
- A monthly food festival showcasing foods from the countries of migrant workers.
- Monthly café for discussion between leaders from the migrant worker community and Lebanese.
- Provided extra income for migrant workers and refugees by creating dance workshops led by migrants/refugees and a monthly restaurant.
- Vigils to honour the deaths of migrant domestic workers.
- Sparked interest and awareness from local and international NGO’s to start implementing projects aimed at providing support for migrant domestic workers.
This gave birth to the 24/7 Campaign for Migrant Rights in Lebanon, which was launched in 2010. The campaign was aimed at advocating twenty-four hours of rest each week. We gathered bloggers and social media activists from the Middle East and North Africa to raise awareness to racism and the treatment of migrant domestic workers.
The second component of the campaign forged ties with artists and local Lebanese NGO’s. We hosted the first march for migrant domestic worker rights, our concert showcased the first migrant worker band and we broke the class barrier by hosting the first dance party where Lebanese and migrant workers enjoyed a night of fun.
Where my work has been featured
Feeling ready to make some ruckus?
It all begins TODAY! Today is the best time to bring a little art, passion and creativity into your humanitarian work.
Right now, I want you to send me an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Introduce yourself, your organisation and your needs. Let’s make some ruckus together.