Clinician scientist | Entrepreneur | Women’s rights & education advocate
Hello, I am Dr Hannah Nazri. I am a specialty trainee doctor in obstetrics & gynaecology at NHS England and DPhil candidate in endometriosis research at the University of Oxford.
As the Equality Working Group Lead in Europe for the Royal Commonwealth Society and Director and Founder of the Malaysian Doctors for Women & Children, I am passionate about ending practices that discriminate against women and children. For my work in youth and education with The Kalsom Movement, a Malaysian student-led education charity, I was awarded the Associate Fellowship of the Royal Commonwealth Society as a Finalist of the 2015 Queen’s Young Leaders Award by The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Trust. In 2020, I was the finalist of the Women of the Future Award UK for the Commonwealth Category.
I am committed to combining my medical career with non-profit work not limited to youth education and women’s rights advocacy.
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Find your favourite articles on Medium.com
Malaysia: FGM/C, period spot checks and sexual harassment — Hannah.Nazri.org
First published in the Harvard Public Health Review on 27th June 2021.
Jun 29, 2021 / Read More
The Kalsom Movement in the 2020 Youth Solutions Report (UN SDSN Youth) — Hannah.Nazri.org
As the Chair of the Board of Trustees of The Kalsom Movement, I am proud to announce that The Kalsom Movement is one of the 50 youth-led ...
Jan 10, 2021 / Read More
Inspirational Asian Women in Medicine — Hannah.Nazri.org
It all started when I saw the Pan Asian Women’s Association (PAWA) London’s #PAWA10Give10 challenge on Instagram. PAWA is a registered ch...
Jul 29, 2020 / Read More
Countering Everyday Extremism Against Women: The Other Pandemic — Hannah.Nazri.org
I was invited to give a keynote speech by, a civil society organisation with the aim to advocate the rights of women within the Islamic f...
Jun 26, 2020 / Read More
Health Equity for Women & Children
An academic and scientific forum on non-medical cultural practices in Malaysia organised by Malaysian doctors.