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Perween Warsi

Perween Warsi CBE Perween Warsi is a self-made millionaire whose managerial skills have awarded her company, S&A Foods some 20 accolades for excellence. She was awarded an honorary MBA by the University of Derby and an MBE in the British…
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Shabana Mahmood

Shabana Mahmood Elected as Labour MP for Birmingham Ladywood, inheriting Clare Short's comfortable majority. Ms Mahmood is a barrister and daughter of Mahmood Ahmed, chairman of Birmingham Labour Party, won after an accrimonious selection battle against rival councillor Ms Mosquito.…
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Sabin Malik

Sabin Malik Sabin Malik is a Commissioner for the Women's National Commission. The WNC engages with over 500 women's affiliate organisations to address issues affecting women in the United Kingdom. Sabin is Chair of a specialist Migration and Asylum Working…
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Irene Khan

 Irene Khan Irene Zubaida Khan joined Amnesty International as the organisation's seventh Secretary General in August 2001. She is the first woman, the first Muslim and the first Asian to head Amnesty International, the world's largest human rights organisation, which…
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Ghada Karmi

Ghada Karmi Ghada Karmi is a leading activist for Palestinian rights and the author of a widely acclaimed personal memoir, 'In search of Fatima - A Palestinian Story'. Ghada was born in Jerusalem and left Palestine for England in 1949…
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Habiba Hamid

Habiba Hamid Habiba is the first Muslim woman to hold the post of student union president - of Birkbeck College, University of London. In January 2004, Prime Minister Tony Blair responded in The Guardian newspaper to her question on student…
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Fatima Shaheed

Shaheed Fatima Shaheed Fatima is a barrister in the Blackstone Chambers, a practice headed by Charles Flint and Presley Baxendale, and which includes Lord Lester of Herne Hill QC. She graduated with a first class LLB from the University of…
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