Kamron Ali

Kamron Ali


Studying Anthropology and Law at the London School of Economics allowed me to see how both disciplines intersect, exploring issues surrounding race, culture, human rights, and discrimination.

I came to university with the purpose of instigating and facilitating social change, which in turn prompted me to complete a human rights internship in Tanzania, and has informed my decision to qualify as a lawyer.

As only 5% of lawyers quoted by the SRA are Muslim, there is an evident disparity in visibility, which I reason is due to systemic and wider societal issues. The overarching goal of the Aziz Foundation resonated with me and I believe that to tackle such issues within society requires a collective effort; but for this to happen the younger generation needs to feel enough esteem to start a conversation – which I hope to contribute towards in forthcoming years!

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