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Muhammad Khan (he/him) is a writer, photographer, creative and a community organizer from Edmonton, Canada. He is a Master’s Candidate with the Global Development Studies at Queen’s University with a research focus on Migrant Labour in the Global South and its manifestations in gendered and radicalized forms. Previously, he completed his Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and Sociology at the University of Alberta. Being an avid traveler, he has a lot of international experience and has worked with local grassroots organizations that ensure the given community has precedence over the decisions affecting them. Such experience has taken him from the Bedouin villages in West Bank and Egypt, to the Himalayas of Pakistan and the busy streets of Java.
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