Purple Dandelion: A Muslim Woman's Struggle Against Violence and Oppression
By Farida Sultana, With Shila Nair, Foreword by Prime Minister Rt Hon Helen Clark
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For many Muslim women, life is a continual struggle to realise their true potential and assert their right to a peaceful life. It is a familiar experience to Farida Sultana. An
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Purple Dandelion: A Muslim Woman's Struggle Against Violence and Oppression
1 April 2011
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5.42 MB
14+ years (14-99)
Autobiography: General

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Farida Sultana has been working in the area of violence against women for over 17 years. She first became associated with Shakti AID UK as a survivor of violence and then as a volunteer. In 1995 she started Shakti in New Zealand. Farida is an advocate for various migrant and refugee issues, works closely with the wider communities and also serves on various boards in New Zealand. She has one adult daughter. Shila Nair (co-author) qualified and worked as a journalist in India for 15 years before she migrated to New Zealand with her husband. She has since divorced and has requalified as a counsellor. Being a survivor of violence herself, she is a passionate advocate for the cause of violence against women. She has been working with Shakti since 2002. Foreword by Helen Clark, former New Zealand Prime Minister, now Head of the United Nations Development Programme.