Amal Basha

Social Activism (Taiz, Yemen) 2013

Amal BashaSocial Activism (Taiz, Yemen) 2013

AMAL BASHA, a harbinger of hope for women in Yemen, is a prominent women’s rights activist and the chair of the Sisters’ Arab Forum for Human Rights (SAF). Known as “Yemen’s most famous feminist,” she has fearlessly battled against orthodoxy and reactionary forces to champion the cause of human rights, particularly for women.

Amal Basha has been instrumental in raising awareness about human rights issues and advocating for the emancipation of women in Yemen. Through her leadership of the Sisters Arab Forum and other initiatives, she has ushered in a new era of human rights and women’s empowerment in the region. She is renowned for her unwavering commitment to defending the rights of women, prisoners, and refugees, and for her advocacy for greater political freedoms. Amal Basha’s efforts have placed her in a league of her own, inspiring countless individuals to join her in the fight for justice and equality.

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