Nazia Erum is the author of the critically acclaimed and hard-hitting book, ‘Mothering a Muslim’, which opened prime-time discussions on the telly and front page headlines in South Asia. It has been called ‘one of the most poignant books of our time’ by Vogue and a ‘book that has started conversations’ around social cohesion and identity by BBC World News. She was included in The Telegraph’s Stand-out Voices and The Mid-Day’s Women Change-makers in India. Her interfaith initiatives find mention in the BBC, The Guardian, Le Monde, Washington Post among other international media. She has worked with leading human rights organizations across the globe.