Anas Saleem is a writer and photographer based in Faisalabad, Pakistan. He joined Global Voices as Urdu Lingua Editor in September 2017.
He is the founder of Everyday Pakistan, an award-winning visual storytelling platform defying stereotypes and bridging cultural gaps by showcasing the complexity & colorfulness of everyday life in Pakistan. He is also a member of the advisory board of The Everyday Projects.
His opinions and blogs are published in HuffPost, Hindustan Times, Express News, Dunya News, Parhlo, Advox, and Youth Ki Awaaz.
Latest posts by Anas Saleem from February, 2018
Mashal Khan Case Verdict Highlights Pakistan’s Blasphemy and Impunity Problem
"One death sentence and five life sentences for a lynching that was filmed? Surely there were more than six people involved."
The Pashtun Long March Asks for Justice After Years of Ethnic Targeting
Thousands of ethnic Pashtuns from Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and elsewhere in Pakistan have staged a sit-in in front of the National Press Club in Islamabad.