2016
Speakers

Rabia Siddique
Humanitarian, Speaker, Author
Rabia is an Australian criminal and human rights lawyer, retired British Army officer, former terrorism and war crimes prosecutor, international humanitarian, hostage survivor, professional speaker, coach and published author. She has undertaken human rights and community aid work all over the world, receiving awards including a Queen’s commendation in 2006 and runner up for Australian Woman of the Year UK in 2009. This year, Rabia was selected as a state finalist in the 2016 Australian of the Year Awards and has been appointed as a Director of the International Foundation for Non-Violence. She is a TEDx speaker and mother to triplet boys.
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