FIRDOZE BULBULIA is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. She holds a Master of Arts in African Studies from Ohio University, USA; BA (Dramatic Arts Honours) from WITS University, South Africa; Teacher’s Diploma in English and Afrikaans and a Licentiate (ATCL-LTCL) in Drama from Trinity College, UK. She is an award-winning film and media producer, director, and trainer; an award-winning producer of 6-feature films and many documentaries, and has produced a Legacy Project on Former President Nelson Mandela , Mandela’s Africa. Firdoze Bulbulia is the chairperson of The Children and Broadcasting Foundation for Africa (CBFA), which hosted the 5th World Summit on Media for Children in 2007 and produced several multi-media productions for radio and television. She is also an international trainer creating media solutions for all sectors, especially for women and children. She served two mandates as President of the International Centre of Films for Children and Young People -CIFEJ (www.cifej.com). She is the Co-founder of ABC (Africa’ Best Channel- children and youth television channel in Nigeria).