CARE Activist In Residence Programme (AIRP)-Anjum Rahman | 21st – 24th August 2023 @ Massey University

CARE ACTIVIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAMME 21st – 24th August 2023 | Islamophobia and Digital Regulation: Responding to the Christchurch Call with Anjum Rahman (MNZM), Founder and Project Co-Lead- Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono. Presented by Center for Culture Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation & Palmerston North City Library

Hosted by Prof. Mohan Dutta & CARE, Manawatu campus Massey University & Palmerston North City Library

Tue, 21st Aug – 12 PM | CARE Lab BSC 1.06
CARE AIRP Workshop

Tue, 22nd Aug – 7 PM | Facebook PREMIERE
CARE In Conversation with Anjum Rahman & Prof. Mohan Dutta

Wed, 23rd Aug – 12 PM | Mezzanine Floor, Central Library
CARE AIRP- Public Talk

Thurs, 24th Aug – 12 PM | BSCB1.08 COMMS Lab
CARE AIRP White Paper Launch – LIVE ON Facebook and YouTube

RSVP on Facebook @CAREMasseyNZ

*More details to follow.

Bio: Anjum Rahman is the founder of the Inclusive Aotearoa Collective Tāhono. She is a chartered accountant with over 25 years’ experience, working with a range of entities in the commercial, farming and not-for-profit sectors.

She also commits to various volunteer roles in the community. She was a founding member of the Islamic Women’s Council of New Zealand, an organisation formed in 1990 to bring Muslim women together and represent their concerns, and is currently the media spokesperson. She has also been a founding member and trustee of Shama, Ethnic Women’s Trust, which supports ethnic minority women through its social work service, life-skills classes and community development. She has worked in the area of sexual violence prevention both as a volunteer and as part of Government working groups. Anjum is a Trustee of Trust Waikato, a major funder in the Waikato Region.
Anjum has been an active member of the Waikato Interfaith Council for over a decade, a trustee of the Trust that governs Hamilton’s community access broadcaster, Free FM. She is a member of international committees dealing with violent extremist content online, being the co-chair of the Christchurch Call Advisory Network and a member of the Independent Advisory Committee of the Global Internet Forum for Countering Terrorism. She is also a member of the Charities and Not for Profit Commitee of Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand.

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