May 5th, 2015: Middle East’s premier eZine celebrating visionary women across the Middle East and beyond, Ananke, has recently formed an alliance with The Indian Trumpet to explore new approaches, primarily focusing on digital media and content creation to showcase innovative storytelling and amplifying online engagement.
Talking about the collaboration, Ananke’s Executive Editor Sabin Muzaffar comments, “Digital media is an empowering tool of engagement. By forming creative alliances, we can not only start meaningful debates on issues relating to women economic empowerment, etc., but also explore new methods of engagement that can lead to sustainable social impact. Here at Ananke, we are thrilled to join hands with The Indian Trumpet to find new methods for creativity in the digital landscape.”
Adding she says, “At Ananke, we believe in making a difference by showcasing real women of substance – Loulou Khazen Baz, founder of the Middle East’s biggest online marketplace Nabbesh; Reim el Houni, managing director of multiple award winning Ti22 films; or the eminent Moroccan activist and Opus Prize winner Aicha Chenna to name just a few of those who have been featured.”
Agreeing with Sabin, Founder and Editor of The Indian Trumpet Purva Grover says, “It’s always exciting to meet a superwoman and shake hands with her! I am glad that our (Sabin’s and mine) ways crossed, and brought Ananke and The Indian Trumpet together. I look forward to keep inspiring and stay inspired via this association. And yes, this is just the beginning.”
The Indian Trumpet is magazine aimed at anyone who wants to be in touch with India and its ethos – a celebration of India and Indian-ness.
Ananke is a non-profit initiative that strives to become not only an enlightened voice for the female gender across the region and beyond but also a forum that activates conversations on critical issues relating to women and issues affecting women like illiteracy and marginalization arising from gender inequality that continues to afflict today’s world.