Aisha Ali-Khan is an activist and human rights campaigner. In her professional life, she has been a teacher for over 13 years and an advocate for the rights of women and those with disabilities. She has been a lifelong carer, having helped to raise four siblings with disabilities and now shares caring duties of her 39 year old sister with developmental learning difficulties with her family. Aisha regularly writes about the experiences of Muslim women. Most recently she has written to highlight the difficulties that women from a BME background face as victims of domestic violence and trying to bring their perpetrators to justice.

Aisha will be speaking at the following FiLiA session:
Finding A Voice Activism from a Muslim Woman In The Digital Era (Sunday afternoon)