Search Results for Tag: Bahrain
Bahraini crosses class borders to help torture victims
As an upper-class Shia Muslim, Jihan Kazerooni was far removed from Bahrain’s Arab Spring revolution. But when she learned of human rights abuses in her country, she founded a rehabilitation group for torture victims.
The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting provided a grant for Reese Erlich’s coverage of Bahrain. Listen to the report by Reese Ehrlich from Manama, Bahrain:
DateTuesday 08.01.2013 | 12:40
Peace through the arts in Bahrain
Since February 2011, the tiny country of Bahrain in the Persian Gulf has been plagued by sectarian divisions. But Wafa believes that reconciliation is possible – and one of the ways she is bringing people back together is with an art community she founded, called Malja.
Listen to the report by John Ridley:
Check out Wafa’s arts community, Malja, on Facebook.
DateTuesday 07.08.2012 | 12:16