Farah Ghuznavi


Farah Ghuznavi draws on her experiences as a development professional for inspiration in her writing, and remains an unrepentant idealist. She has worked for NGOs in Bangladesh, Britain and Africa, as well as with the United Nations, and the Grameen Bank, famous for its collateral-free loans to poor women. Her work has been featured in magazines and anthologies in the UK, US, Singapore and Bangladesh. She is the editor of Lifelines: New Writing from Bangladesh, which is available from Zubaan Books and Amazon.

Police Protection and Other Oxymorons

by Farah Ghuznavi. A version of this article was originally posted in The Daily Star and is re-posted with permission. Some time ago, I found ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. A version of this article was originally posted in The Daily Star ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. A version of this article was originally posted in The Daily Star and is re-posted with permission. ... [ more ]

Living (In)Human Lives

by Farah Ghuznavi. This post was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reposted with permission. Scanning the newspaper headlines these days invariably involves ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. This post was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reposted ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. This post was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reposted with permission. Scanning the newspaper ... [ more ]

Women in Bangladesh: Freaks in the City

by Farah Ghuznavi. This article was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reprinted with permission. Like any 21st-century metropolis, the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. This article was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reprinted ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. This article was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reprinted with permission. Like any 21st-century ... [ more ]

Women in Bangladesh: Rejecting Ridicule, Demanding Respect

by Farah Ghuznavi. This post was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reprinted with permission. Using virtually any form of transport in Dhaka, ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. This post was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reprinted ... [ more ]

by Farah Ghuznavi. This post was originally published in the Star Weekend Magazine, Bangladesh. Reprinted with permission. Using virtually any ... [ more ]