Aisha Ghazi holds an MSc in Molecular Biology from Westminster University UK, MSc from Bahauddin Zakariya University Pakistan, as well as GDL, LPC and LLM from the University of Law, London. She is a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. She is also a writer and poet with two books published by Sang-e-Meel Publications.
Aisha Ghazi is a documentary filmmaker as well and her works include the ‘Impact of War on Terror on Tribal Youth in Pakistan’, ‘Causes of Infant Mortality in the Thar Desert of Pakistan’, ‘Suffering of Refugees Stranded in Calais, France’ and ‘Misery of Internally Displaced Persons Due to War on Terror in Pakistan’. She is currently working on a documentary regarding the suffering and expectations of the Muslim population during partition of the subcontinent in 1947, as well as the two-nation theory in 100 years. Moreover, a short documentary on the suffering of Rohingya refugees stranded at the borders of Bangladesh and Burma is in post-production.
Her documentary on the war on terror titled ‘Suffering in Silence’ focuses on the tribal areas of Pakistan, challenges the logic of war and highlights its counter-productivity, and has been honoured as the first ever documentary on the silent suffering of war victims in Pakistan to be screened at the House of Lords in London.