Student issues, Muslim-Australian identity, women of colour, law, politics, racism, Islamaphobia, interfaith dialogue, leadership, gender equality, educational equality, cultural diversity, activism, advocacy
Sabreen is a 5th Year ARTS/LAW student at the UNSW, majoring in Politics and International Relations. She has worked as a Paralegal in a Family Law firm, a Legal Assistant in a Commercial Law firm and an intern at the Australian Disputes Centre. Sabreen has appeared on Radio, TV, and in News Articles to discuss her experience of growing up Muslim in Australia. Sabreen has engaged in Political Advocacy and volunteer work to provide disadvantaged and migrant communities equal opportunities. She is currently the Secretary of The Muslim Legal Network, a volunteer with Women of Colour Australia, and co-authored an article written in response to the Lebanese Crisis. Sabreen was the recipient of the Long Tan Leadership and Teamwork Award, the Prime Ministers Cup for Public Speaking, and the Explorer Scholarship to attend UNSW. Sabreen was also the recipient of the Women Acknowledging Women Award which recognised her advocacy work in the community.
Bachelor of Arts/Law