- City, State: Toronto, Ont
- Geographic Location: North America
- Languages: Swahili, Urdu, Sindhi, Katchi, Gujarati, Spanish, French and English
Shaheen Sultan Dhanji is an African writer, dabbles with playing music, social development consultant and a social-political activist. Her vocation focuses on vital themes of war, genocide, women's / human rights issues, social development, cultural and heritage preservation.
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Visit My Web site (shaheensultandhanji.newsvine.com)
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Proof of change is a direct result of a changed heart -- which is a constant transformation when we continue to witness life in all forms.
I'm passionate about:
Art, Photography, Reading, Theatre arts, World cinema, Music, History, Social-political issues, Philosophy, Anthropology, Architecture, cultural and heritage conservation / Global poverty / International development / Women's issues/ human rights and political issues, Climate Change African socio-economic issues, and animal cruelty.
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Promote Your African
Nominate an African woman for a leadership position to Femmes Africa Solidarité. Her name will be added to a database that institutions will reference when filling vacancies --English.
Promote Political Liberty
Send an e-mail to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and help free Aung San Suu Kyi, one of the world's most renowned freedom fighters and proponents of nonviolence --English.
What is Pink and
Join outrageous, provocative, and creative women who are adamant to create change. From Guantanamo and Iraq to Pakistan and Darfur, take action with CODEPINK. -- English
Help End Violence Against Women and Girls: Sign the I-VAWA Petition!
It's estimated that 1 out of 3 women worldwide will be the victim of violence or abuse at some point in their lives. This must stop.
The International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA), is a bill now before Congress that, if passed, would, for the first time, comprehensively incorporate these solutions into all U.S. foreign assistance programs - solutions such as promoting women's economic opportunity, addressing violence against girls in school, and working to change public attitudes - bring about transformational change. Please urge Congress to make the IVAWA a reality for the millions of women worldwide it would affect by signing the petition.
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