As a journalist and news producer, Fazeelat has worked with the BBC, Channel 4 UK, Dan Rather Reports, The New York Times, Al Jazeera, PBS Frontline, among others. Her coverage of the Taliban's youth recruitment won an Alfred I. duPont Award and an Emmy for "Outstanding Continuing Coverage of a News Story."
UnReported World - Channel 4 UK - "The City With No Water"
Critically acclaimed series on the lives of people in some of the fastest-changing areas of the world.
Foreign Press Award - Environment Story of the Year, 2016
Asian Media Award- Best Investigation 2016
AJ + - "A Year Without Eric Garner"
Al Jazeera's digital channel
Eric Garner's death in 2014 at the hands of the NYPD helped spark a nationwide movement for police reform. One year later, his family has settled a wrongful death lawsuit with New York City, but they aren't satisfied that justice has been served.
Flip the Script with Liz Plank
MAGGIE award-winning Mic weekly web series that confronts social issues and challenges traditional assumptions people have about the world. The series combines substance and smarts with fun, wit and irony.
As a television producer for BBC News' Pakistan Bureau in Islamabad, Fazeelat covered the first democratic transfer of power in Pakistan's 65-year history.
Dan Rather Reports - "Polio's Last Stand"
One of America’s greatest intelligence coups -- finding Osama bin Laden -- has had a dangerous downside. This special report I produced with correspondent Willem Marx follows the Taliban's assassination of polio vaccine doctors in Pakistan.
New York Times - A Militant Hideaway
This joint production between Frontline World and The New York Times explores Karachi, Pakistan’s accessibility as an off-season hideout for Taliban fighters, and its recent history as the “economic breadbasket” for the insurgency.
Al Jazeera America - Slavery: A 21st Century Evil
In this episode of Slavery: A 21st Century Evil, Al Jazeera's Rageh Omaar investigates slavery that is passed down from father to son, mother to daughter.
Although the practice of bonded labour is common in several parts of the world, in Pakistan and India, the systematic enslavement of generations of workers is widespread as governments fail to enforce their own laws against bonded labour