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Muhammad Sabir

About Muhammad Sabir

Sabir, who grew up in a slum community in Lahore, is with the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP), where he promotes and protects basic human rights. Prior to this, he was a Project Manager for Door of Awareness (www.doorofawareness.org), which is an awareness campaign for the education of slum children. He is also a youth representative of the Awami Party, where he hosts a weekly political study circle with young people from different backgrounds. In addition, Sabir is an active member of Khudi Pakistan, a “Counter-Extremism Social Movement working to promote a Democratic Culture in Pakistan,” and is an active advocate for youth against the acts of violence and terrorism. As part of his work with Khudi, he initiated a partnership with De Paix Yatra, an Indian initiative for spreading messages of peace through journey on motorbike. In addition to becoming a chartered accountant, Sabir hopes to start a career in politics, so he can “change the fate” of communities like his.
Muhammad Sabir

A Slumdog in the New World

Early in the morning I was standing before the statue of Abraham Lincoln whose life, I believe, is still a Read more ►
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