Member

“I march because gender and racial inequality are forms of violence and none of us will be truly free and safe until we are equal”

Saba Awan

Intersectional and Muslim Feminist / Proud Woman of Colour / Community Organiser and Advocate

Location Icon Canberra ACT, Australia

About Me

Fair representation and equality for people from marginalised and frequently invisibilised groups is at the centre of why I am part of this movement. How can equality be anything but inclusive?



Communities I Identify With and/or Want to Collaborate With

Artists
Environmental Activists
Immigrants
Incarcerated People
Indigenous Peoples
LGBTQIA+
Marginalized People
People of Color
Persons with Disabilities
Refugees
Students
Tribal communities
Women
Youth and Minors

I Want to Take Action on

Children’s Rights
Combating Rape
Divestment
Equality
Immigrant Rights
Indigenous Rights
Intersectionality
Menstruation Rights / Accessibility
Women’s Economic Security
Women’s Representation
Women’s Safety
Youth

Areas of Expertise

Domestic Abuse
Ending Violence
Gender Equality
Immigrant Rights
Inclusiveness
Intersectionality
Rape Prevention
Refugees
Safety
Volunteer Management
Women's Health
Women’s Representation