|Ms. Sana N Ghazi
International relations, democratization, sustainable development, international law and the , security issues, Islam and Muslim-related issues, human rights.
Ms. Sana has a BA Sociology with distinction in Research from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, while also studying Ancient Indian Culture and Islamic Culture, and was nominated by faculty to lead organization of the first world Human Rights Day to be held in a Mumbai College. She supervised two junior academic papers and wrote articles for the Sociology Annual Seminar thrice and won the Political Science Department Annual Debate 2004.
Ms. Sana has interned with Times of India Foundation and NDTV during college, and worked with a French start-up company prior to studying further. She completed her MA International Relations from the University of Warwick, UK, with a focus on African debt, rights related to identity in the Middle East, food security, and internal and external factors affecting democratization in failing states.
During 2010-11 she was invited as Adjunct Faculty at Utica College of Syracuse University, New York, where she introduced two new courses, Indian Culture and Politics, and Islam and Civil Society. She worked with Harold T Clark Professor for Human Rights, Theodore Orlin, JD, on contemporary issues in International Law and International Criminal Law. As part of her work she produced an assessment of the political and democratic rights of prisoners of Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
She speaks English, French, Spanish; and dabbles in Mandarin and Korean.
She is working on ORF Mumbai's first women-centric study, Indian Muslim women's contemporary initiatives.
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