Listening to a Diasporic British Muslim Woman Writer’s Voice: An Interview with Shelina Janmohamed

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Abu Sufian

Writer, columnist and social activist Shelina Zahra Janmohamed was born in 1974 in the UK. She is a British Muslim writer of East-African and South-Asian origin. Janmohamed’s parents emigrated from Tanzania to Britain in 1967. The Guardian describes her as “a commentator on British Islam and Muslim women”.[i]

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The Fight Against Modern Slavery

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Belinda GoldsmithAstrid Zweynert and Alex Whiting

Nearly 46 million people around the world are living as slaves, forced to work in factories, mines and farms, sold for sex, trapped in debt bondage or born into servitude, according to the third Global Slavery Index released today.

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