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Nishtha is an award-winning independent journalist based in London and writes about global development, climate change, social justice, migration and gender equality. She has reported from India, Rwanda, Italy, the US, Israel, Qatar and the UK. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, Al Jazeera English, BBC World Service, Forbes, Channel 4 News, Africa News, The Dhaka Tribune, The Independent, The Indian Express, Open Democracy, The Diplomat and Fair Observer. In 2013, she won the Guardian’s International Development Journalism competition for her news feature from Rwanda. In 2016, she was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship following her investigative work on organ trafficking and transplants for the BBC and Al Jazeera.
Donate, organs, gift, save, life – you are probably going to see these words a lot this week. Between 3 and 9 September, which is Organ Donation Week in the UK, these...