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Themrise Khan

Themrise Khan is an Ottawa-based independent professional specializing in global development, social policy and migration. She blogs at www.lamehdood.wordpress.com

Opinion | BY THEMRISE KHAN | June 8, 2018
The UN Security Council sent a delegation in April to visit Bangladesh and to meet a group of refugees. Members heard their stories at Kutupalong Refugee camp in Cox's Bazar. According to the UN, the camp is home to 600,000 refugees and is the world's largest refugee settlement. Photograph courtesy of the UN
Opinion | BY THEMRISE KHAN | June 8, 2018
Opinion | BY THEMRISE KHAN | June 8, 2018
The UN Security Council sent a delegation in April to visit Bangladesh and to meet a group of refugees. Members heard their stories at Kutupalong Refugee camp in Cox's Bazar. According to the UN, the camp is home to 600,000 refugees and is the world's largest refugee settlement. Photograph courtesy of the UN
Opinion | BY THEMRISE KHAN | February 26, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in this file photograph on the Hill. His visit is yet another reminder to Pakistani-Canadians, that India will always be bigger and better, considering he is unlikely to ever visit Pakistan, with whom trade relations amounted to under a paltry $1-billion in 2016 compared to India’s $8-billion, writes Themrise Khan The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY THEMRISE KHAN | February 26, 2018
Opinion | BY THEMRISE KHAN | February 26, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in this file photograph on the Hill. His visit is yet another reminder to Pakistani-Canadians, that India will always be bigger and better, considering he is unlikely to ever visit Pakistan, with whom trade relations amounted to under a paltry $1-billion in 2016 compared to India’s $8-billion, writes Themrise Khan The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade