Navdip Dhariwal

Navdip is a former BBC International Correspondent and Anchor, as well as the Founder of Miran. She works across Africa and Asia as a senior consultant specialising in creative content.During 15 highly successful years at the International Broadcaster Navdip also served as the BBC’s Health and Social Affairs Correspondent.

With vast experience in emerging economies, particularly in India and Pakistan Navdip has reported from over 60 countries and hostile environments on some of the most significant stories of recent times. Stories including the Marikana Mine Massacre, the Assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the Sri Lankan Civil War and India and Africa’s respective economic growth. She has also covered General elections in India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.

Before he retired from public life the Apartheid-era leader, Desmond Tutu, gave his final interview to Navdip. With an academic background in Law and Community advocacy Navdip has been called on to use her expertise for international agencies including Unicef, UN Women, the World Bank and Gain as well as high profile corporations.

She is a regular public speaker and conference host and has been a former Ambassador for the Prince’s Trust in the UK. She was honored The Asian Woman of Achievement Awards and was Chief of Communications for the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in a pro-bono capacity. Navdip is a committed advocate for women’s rights in South Asia and a regular public speaker.

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