A Collection of Human Rights Poetry
Elizabeth Arif-Fear is the Founder and Editor of Voice of Salam - an internationally recognised human rights and interfaith platform. A longstanding activist and campaigner, she works with a variety of non-profit organisations to tackle a range of human rights, interfaith, social and cultural issues including FGM, child marriage, modern slavery, interfaith and intrafaith cohesion, LGBTQI exclusion and Islamophobia. "What If It Were You?" is Elizabeth's debut poetry collection which seeks to raise awareness of the struggles fought by many - including herself - and to call for peace, justice and humanity across the globe.
Foreword, What If It Were You?, I Am a Woman, Cut, Your Guilty Secret, Covered, Free, Double Standards, Family Reunion, Dry Wounds, Strength, Fear, Why Do You Hate Me?, Fragile, Home, Just Like You, Hope, What Do You See?, Empty Streets, Coconut, I Am Not Human, Hypocrisy Is Spelled with a Y, Idol of Oppression, Binaries, Two-Faced Feminist, Blind Hearts, Invisible, Warriors of Barbarity, Steps of Hate, Angel beneath the Ground, Ya Suriya! (Oh Syria!), Shattering the Glass, My Prophet, Inhuman, Not You, Honour, Undesirable Muslim, The Jungle Never Dies, Weapon of War, #Me Too, Kafir, What is Freedom?, Further support and information, About the author.