Fatemaa Waariithah Ahsan
Founder, No Passport Voice
Fatemaa Waariithah Ahsan is a Barrister, called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Hon’ble Society of the Inner Temple. She is the founder of “No Passport Voice”, a charitable organisation in Bangladesh. Ms Ahsan comes from a political and business family in Bangladesh and followed the family’s tradition of contributing to the society in the interest of the people since her return to the country after nine years of formal education in England.
She writes and speaks on public & legal interest, gender equality, current affairs. Her writing has been published in national & international forums. She has also taken part in talks in London, Edinburgh, Bangladesh, India, Thailand, Singapore, Malta. Miss Ahsan has pursued an LL.M degree in International Commercial Law from City University of London and a Masters degree on International Studies & Diplomacy from SOAS, University of London. She is an accredited Civil & Commercial Mediator. Prior to starting her career in Bangladesh in 2017, Miss Ahsan has worked with various local authorities, educational institutions, charities etc in London and brought her breadth of knowledge and experience to her career in Bangladesh. Currently she is authoring her debut book on women’s health.