Enlightening the Gray – 2014 and Beyond: Thoughts, Scenario Clarity, Dynamism – Way Forward by Mohammad Nader Yama, Director for Strategic Coordination, Independent Directorate of Local Governance; Member of Afghan Young Leaders Initiative (AYLI) -2013
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Adnan Malik (A21 Fellow, 2012) recently premiered his latest music video last month, My Punjabi Love for You. The video is the first of its kind, female-revenge-action video as it is an evocative and propulsive experimental music and film hybrid, which tells a story of a young rural wife who attempts to overcome the challenges faced by independent women in a male dominated society.
In an article for Voces Creative Voices in Development, Lida Nadery Hedayat (Asia 21 Young Leader, Tokyo 2008) looks into the effect of peace process in Afghanistan is motivated by the international community’s desire to disengage militarily and the effect of that policy on Afghan women.
In an article for Live Mint and the Wall Street Journal, Arunabha Ghosh (A21 Young Leader, New Delhi 2011) discusses one of India’s main concerns: resource security and meeting the basic material needs of its growing population.
Voices of Asia 21: Cora De Ungria Writes about Forensic DNA Technology as a Tool for Judicial Reform
Writing for Philstar.com about forensic DNA technology, Dr. Maria Corazon A. De Ungria (A21 Young Leader, Seoul 2006) calls DNA testing a “powerful tool for human identification,” which, with recent advances in technology, has begun “reforming the manner by which cases are resolved in courts.”
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