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Sara Cheikh Husain

Dr Sara Cheikh Husain is a passionate early career researcher. Her PhD funded by the UNESCO Chair for Comparative Research on cultural diversity and Social Justice, explores Victorian Muslim Community Organisations’ perceptions of and responses to Islamophobia. Sara has published in academic journals and presented at various conferences. She worked with the Australian Muslim Advocacy Network AMAN to co-produce a supplementary document to AMAN's input to the report on Anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination by the UN special rapporteur on freedom of religion and belief (2020). She volunteers at various academic and community bodies. She is currently the General Executive at the Australian Association of Islam and Muslims Studies AAIMs, an Associate Member at Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies CRIS and Member of the Advisory Committee at the Scanlon Foundation Research Institute. She works as a research assistant/ Fellow at various Australian Universities. She is invested in human rights and diversity areas of inquiry particularly social injustices facing refugees, migrants, and women.

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