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Tanqeed is an online magazine in Pakistan publishing different media covering Pakistani politics, literature and culture.
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Mission and Purpose
Tanqeed (translation: critique) is a quarterly e-zine committed to publishing long form journalism and critical essays on Pakistan politics, literature and culture. Tanqeed is composed of original content in the form of photos, videos , audio, critical reflections and art. With a commitment to activism, the e-zine covers marginalized issues such as labour disputes, the status of Balochistan and the experience of Ahmadi Muslims in Pakistan. Its content is published in Urdu and English. Tanqeed publishes 4 issues a year with the long-term goal of developing public place for discussions, in-depth reporting and critical engagement with contemporary problems. The publication aim to build a new conversation on Pakistan, one that does not spread hopelessness.
Origins and Development
Organizational Structure, Membership, and Funding
The e-zine relies on crowd-source funding through an indiegogo.com campaign which has so far raised, $10, 460 USD.
Specializations, Methods and Tools
Major Projects and Events
Analysis and Lessons Learned
The magazine has published ten issues thusfar on topics ranging from space, to borders/boundaries, terrorism, solidarity politics and enduring imperialisms.