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Raheel Raza

📍 Toronto, ON, Canada

- Passion and Politics of Islam

- Never surrender to hate

- Human Rights are women’s rights

Interfaith, Women, Human Rights, Muslim


Raheel Raza is a fearless activist for human rights, prolific author, courageous supporter of women’s issues, international public speaker, and bridge builder between communities.

Raheel is a Canadian citizen and believes in the values of free speech, democracy, gender equality and pluralism.
Raheel was born in Pakistan and migrated to Canada in 1988.

Her journey has led to publications in major newspapers in Canada and appearances on international media outlets like CNN, BBC, Fox News and CBC.

Raheel Raza is President of The Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, founding member of The Muslim Reform Movement, Director of Forum for Learning, President, Steering Committee of The Council for Muslims Against Antisemitism (CMAA), National Advisory Board of Abraham Global Peace Initiative.

In her pursuit for human rights, Raheel was accredited with the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva from 2011 to 2017.

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