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Rym Tina Ghazal

Rym Tina Ghazal is a peace ambassador, thought/youth leader, documentarian, lecturer and author for young readers. In addition, she is an award-winning journalist with over 15 years of experience. In 2003, she became one of the first women of Arab heritage to cover war zones in the Middle East. She has written about the UAE and from throughout the Middle East, with exclusive interviews with royals, members of tribes, historic figures and politicians.

As a writer and researcher, Ghazal has a particular interest in history, culture and politics. She delights in discovering the stories behind old photos, maps and manuscripts. She has written in-depth features on “forgotten stories,” such as the Lebanon Famine of 1915-18. Her investigative journalism includes stories on mass graves, child brides and human trafficking.

Ghazal is a co-founder of The Hidden Beauty Project, a monthly gathering dedicated to empowering women and youth. She has published two books: “Maskoon,” for young readers, and the bilingual “Spot and the Little Boy.” Profits from the books go toward helping orphans.

Ghazal, who lists meeting the Dalai Lama as one of her life-changing experiences, is a mentor for youths from conflict zones, part of a US Institute of Peace project.

She has MA degrees in psychology and journalism, and is the recipient of several awards, including the Abu Dhabi YAS Excellence Award in 2016, and the Euro-Med Journalist Award of the Anna Lindh Foundation in 2014.

Articles By Rym Tina Ghazal

هل يتلاشى فنّي المحادثة والنقاش تزامناً مع فن الشعر في العالم العربي؟ وهل لا زلنا بحاجة إلى الشعر؟ بقلم ريم تينا غزال - يناير 25, 2018

الخطيب الناجح يجعلنا نرى من آذاننا – مثل عربي قديم منذ مئات السنين، في السوق الصاخبة المعروفة باسم عكاظ والتي تقع بين مدينتي الطائف ومكّة، اجتمع الناس من جميع أنحاء العالم العربي ليس لتبادل الأسلحة والقطع النقدية فحسب، بل لممارسة مهاراتهم الخطابية بأغلى سلاح يملكونه: لسانهم. تقع عكاظ على مفترق الطرق القديمة في العالم العربي، … Continue reading “هل يتلاشى فنّي المحادثة والنقاش تزامناً مع فن الشعر في العالم العربي؟ وهل لا زلنا بحاجة إلى الشعر؟”