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Komal Qureshi has studied Business Administration and International Affairs. She is a freelance journalist and began writing at a very young age; her articles and poetry have been published in various national, international newspapers and magazines which include Dawn, Khaleej Times, United Nations Education For All Global Monitoring Report (2012). She is a researcher, educationist, human rights activist, animal rights activist and an environmentalist. She has done research on Syrian refugee crisis and conflict of Yemen. She has presented her research on Syrian refugee crisis at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC, USA (2016). She has also served as an education panelist for Asian Project at Harvard University, USA (2013). She has worked on projects in Germany, Norway to promote and create non-violent society, pollution free environment and renewable energy. Komal has been event organizer at Pak-Bangladesh Interaction 2012, World Environment Day 2013, Women's Peace Table 2017. She is a strong advocate of democracy and freedom of expression and has won debate competitions on women rights and democracy in 2014 and 2015 at university level. Her areas of interest include polio eradication, child rights, arts, education and health for which she has been working with non-profit organization.