Taha Siddiqui is an award-winning Pakistani journalist living in exile in Paris since February 2018. He is married to Sara Farid, who is a photojournalist and artist from Pakistan. They both moved to France with their now-seven year old son, after Siddiqui survived a kidnapping and possible assassination attempt on his life, for his journalistic work. He was being threatened by Pakistan Army for several years preceding to the attack in January 2018. In Pakistan, Taha worked for the New York Times, the Guardian, France24, Arte, the Christian Science Monitor, Al Jazeera and many other international and local media organizations. He received the Prix Albert Londres (aka the French Pulitzer) in 2014 for a documentary on the issue of polio virus in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Since moving to France, Taha has been working with the French and international media, and has published his work in the Guardian, the Washington Post, Foreign Policy, Al Jazeera and several other media outlets. He also started to teach journalism at the French university SciencesPo in 2019, and currently teaches two courses that he has designed himself. He also manages a digital platform that documents media censorship in South Asia. and investigates under-reported stories from Pakistan. He is also working on a graphic novel about his life to be published by Glénat by 2022.