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Tehmina N Basit

Professor Tehmina N Basit Tehmina Basit is Professor of Education and Director of the Institute for Education Policy Research at Staffordshire University. She was born and brought up in Lahore, Pakistan. Her PhD in Education at the University of Cambridge,…
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Nosheen Dad

    Nosheen Dad is the President of the University of Huddersfield Students Union for 2014.  She was previously Vice President Wellbeing & Equalities and is a graduate in Politics with Media.  She notes: "My role as President is to make…
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Maleiha Malik

Professor Maleiha Malik Professor Maleiha Malik teaches at the School of Law, Kings College, London . In January 2014 the Law Faculty of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) appointed her as a Distinguished Professor of Law.  Professor Malik will…
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Mishal Husain

One of the BBC’s leading broadcast journalists, Mishal Husain was a global star even before she became a British one by joining the ‘TODAY’ programme. She was the BBC’s first Washington-based news anchor, where she presented a nightly programme from…
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Rimla Akhtar

Rimla Akhtar is chair of the Muslim Women's Sport Foundation, an organisation that seeks to raise awareness and providing opportunities for women, particularly from minority ethnic communities, to participate in sporting activities which take into consideration religious and cultural sensitivities.…
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Sughra Ahmed

Sughra Ahmed Sughra Ahmed is Programmes Manager in the Centre for Public Education, Woolf Institute in Cambridge. In November 2013 she was elected President of the Islamic Society of Britain. Previously  she worked as a Research Fellow in the Policy…
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Salma Yaqoob

Salma Yaqoob Salma Yaqoob is a prominent anti-war activist and Respect's co-founding member and vice-chair. With a total of 10,498 she came second with 27 percent of the vote in Birmingham's Sparkbrook & Small Heath constituency in the May 2005…
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