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About Fatimah Kelleher

Fatimah Kelleher is a Nigerian/British international social development and women’s rights consultant, equalities activist, and writer. She works and publishes on gender, education, economic empowerment, and health across Africa and Asia. She also publishes on literature and the arts.  

Articles by Fatimah Kelleher

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Women's voices in northern Nigeria: hearing the broader narratives

As the world's attention focuses on northern Nigeria with the abduction of schoolgirls from Chibok, Fatimah Kelleher explores the importance of understanding the voices and agency of northern Nigerian women's own activism for change.

The future is 'smart' but is it equal? African women’s digital agency

As mobile and smartphone use expands across Africa, Fatimah Kelleher asks what role African women play in digital futures, and how we build a more egalitarian digital present where African women can fully use and become more active in technological innovation.

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