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Pakistan’s ‘Iron Lady’ Muniba to grace Expo 2020 Dubai


Muniba Mazari is a motivational speaker, activist, anchor artist, model, and singer from Pakistan.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

Pakistan Pavilion brings a mesmerising evening to Expo 2020 Dubai to celebrate tolerance and inclusivity with a great line up of artists, musicians and prominent civil society members together around the theme “Pakistan – Connected through Diversity.”

Muniba Mazari, the “Iron Lady” and an acclaimed motivational speaker, will be addressing the audience on inclusion, equality and tolerance that makes a society progressive. The evening will also feature performances by various Pakistani musicians.

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Renowned singer Meesha Shafi is also expected to enthrall the audience at the Expo 2020 Dubai.

UN Women appointed Muniba Mazari as Pakistan’s first National Ambassador during an event in Islamabad to mark the end of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence in December 2015.

“I am a strong supporter of UN Women and the role we have in ending gender-based discrimination, and working towards gender equality, making it a lived reality. We need to educate both men and women if we want to eliminate gender-based discrimination, and for this we have to work together as one,” Mazari had said at the event.

Muniba-Mazari Muniba Mazari poses for a photograph during an event. Twitter photo

As of Nov.21, the number of visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai has broken the barrier of 4 million visits, welcoming them to its site filled with activities and amazing adventures.

The number of visitors to the Expo 2020 Dubai site witnessed an increasing growth, driven by a wide range of celebrations, activities, sports, cultural, musical and entertainment events that attracted visitors of all groups and ages, which contributed to welcoming about 4,156,985 visits since its launch on the first of last October.

Ticket sales for the “Run at Expo” event held on Nov.19, which were completely sold out, also increased the number of visits to the international event, where the race witnessed the participation of more than 10,000 runners of all ages.

The Pakistan Pavilion is designed to inform, inspire and ignite a conversation that leaves a lasting impact. Its narrative reflects the poetic way in which the past, present, and future are woven together as a tapestry that reveals its rich and layered history, culture, and traditions, as well as the potential and possibilities it holds for the future.

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