October 13, 9:30am - 12:30pm PKT. Hosted at National Incubation Center
part of a series on Flow
About the speaker
Daanika Kamal is an international law and human rights specialist with extensive experience in program implementation, policy reform, and analysis, legislative drafting with a focus on access to justice and rights protections, as well as corporate social responsibility and business development and strategy.
In 2018, Daanika founded a social enterprise, The Colour Blue (TCB), as part of her efforts to affirm mental health as a fundamental human right, working to promote and encourage the empowerment of those facing mental health challenges.
She is an internationally published author and editor and continues to contribute to various online and print publications in international law journals, national newspapers, and literary magazines. She is additionally an Associate Editor for MAD in the Asia Pacific, an online magazine established in partnership with MAD in America. Daanika is frequently invited to speak at national and international conferences, panels and TV programs, and has been featured on BBC, Geo, ARY, AAJ, DBTV, Soch, Grazia and others. In 2019, she was the youngest recipient of the Women Leaders for the World fellowship, a prestigious program that has traveled globally over the last two decades.
National Incubation Center
Plot 24-b, H-9/1, Street 6, Islamabad, Pakistan-44000
Islamabad, Capital Pakistan 44000
October 13, 2019
9:30am - 12:30pm