Madiha Latif is a feminist lawyer working. She has a Bachelors degree in Political Science, Economics and Global Studies with a minor in Legal Studies from Rider University, and an LLB from University of London – External Program, and is currently pursing a Masters in Public Policy. She worked as Programme Coordinator at Shirkat Gah, Women’s Resource Centre, Pakistan, on the thematic area of Bodily Rights. She has worked as a legal researcher on Internet governance and policy at Bolo Bhi. She collaborated with WAF, Dastageer, and Aurat Foundation in assisting acid survivors access justice and was awarded the Gender Ambassador Award in 2016 by The Asia Foundation. For her advocacy and research in Family Planning Practices in Pakistan, she has been nominated for the 120 under 40 Next Generation Leaders in Family Planning. Madiha also works on advocating for sexual and reproductive health and rights on an online secret group on Facebook.
What brings me pleasure:
Swimming/the beach, sand between my toes, reading (for myself or my child), a warm cup of cappuccino.