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About Roohi Sahajpal

Roohi Sahajpal is a recent graduate of Ryerson University’s journalism program. Roohi is a first generation Canadian who credits her multicultural upbringing in getting her interested in global issues and journalism. She has a strong interest in human rights, women's rights and international development. Previously, she's worked for McClungs Magazine and the Kelowna Daily Courier. In 2012, Roohi was a reporter and producer of "Ill Wind," a documentary which won the Ross and Don McLean Award for Excellence in Documentary Filmmaking. Roohi is excited to join the JHR team as a print media trainer in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and work with other journalists as they report on important issues in their communities.

Tanzania celebrates independence and Madiba

By: Roohi Sahajpal DAR ES SALAAM – Tanzania marked its 52nd Independence Day in Dar es Salaam on Monday with celebrations and a..

December 10, 2013 with 0 Comments

Child trafficking victims left behind in Tanzania

            By: Roohi Sahajpal Dar es Salaam – I’m greeted at the gate of The Daughters of Mary..

November 11, 2013 with 1 Comment

Human rights activists in Tanzania fight to abolish death penalty

By: Roohi Sahajpal DAR ES SALAAM – Today, human rights activists around the world commemorate the 11th annual World Day Against the..

October 10, 2013 with 0 Comments
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