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Guest: Stella Paul, Environmental Journalist in India

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Stella Paul is an award winning multimedia journalist for report/blog/ videoblog and made documentaries on development and environment issues. She earlier worked as a news reporter for ETV, MSN, was a media campaigner for Greenpeace and the Communications Director of Video Volunteers - world's largest community media organization.

As a journalist, she tells to the global audience, the unheard stories of marginalized communities. And when she is not working on a news story, you will find her talking about issues that affect our youth, especially women. She is a part of Friedrich Ebert Stiftung - a global policy think tank that works to make heard the voice of the youth.

On the personal front, she is yet another Indian female child who survived by default. At 2 years of age she had a bad case of Diphtheria and her family decided that it would be stupid to get her treated because she was a girl child but her mother fought hard, and she lived, to share this story with you. Along with her lives a butterfly shaped scar on her throat - the telltale sign of a crude surgery, plus, the struggle of female children in India.

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