Shabnam Palesa Mohamed: Conversation 1 Scene Setter | Better Way Conference

Watch the introduction to Conversation 1 of the Better Way Conference with Shabnam Palesa Mohamed.

Conversation 1: What is our role in reclaiming science?
May 20, 2022 | Bath, UK

Shabnam Palesa Mohamed is an award-winning activist, journalist, and mediation practitioner (LLB, UKZN). As a South African activist, she advocates for human rights across the world – from the right to health, to children’s rights, pro-poor work, and anti-war campaigns. As a journalist, she produces her human rights focused show called The People’s Voice. She hosts thought-provoking panels and interviews eminent judges, such as former UN ICC judge Navi Pillay, and various renowned human rights advocates. As a mediator, her specialised focus is family law, and matters related to health – in particular, access to treatments, forced ‘vaccines’, and medical apartheid. Her leadership roles include co-director of Transformative Health Justice (THJ) which advocates for safe, effective, and affordable healthcare, and hosts an independent ‘vaccine’ adverse effect reporting system called SAVAERS. She is a committed steering committee member of the Council for Health (CFH), and steering committee member of the International Legal Alliance for Health (ILAH)

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  1. I love this, it is proof that we are not “crazy” or some sort of “conspiracy nut”, we go on facts and what we can see being done to us. This has set us aside from the rest of the population and many have been alienated from our family because we know truth, not what they tell us is truth but the actual truth.