Shabnam Palesa Mohamed: #StopTheShots! Pioneer Court Case in South Africa
Speaking at General Assembly Meeting #72 on January 16, Shabnam Palesa Mohamed provided us with an urgent update on a pioneering court case in South Africa regarding Covid-19 injections.
Who is Shabnam Palesa Mohamed?
- Shabnam Palesa Mohamed is an award-winning activist, journalist (The People’s Voice and Trialsite News), mediation lawyer, and arts education advocate from South Africa.
- On a country level, she is the founder-CEO of Transformative Health Justice, an NPC focused on safe, affordable and effective health care, as well as SA VAERS—which is an alternative and independent vaccine adverse effects reporting system, aimed at giving victims a voice and enhancing transparency and accountability.
- On a continental level, Shabnam is Executive Director of Children’s Health Defense Africa, launched the African Coalition to Stop the Treaty (ACST), and co-founded the African Health Independence Solidarity Alliance (AHISA). She is also the Africa lead for Trialsite News.
- Internationally, she is a Director of EbMCsquared CiC and serves on the steering committee of World Council for Health, a health advocacy non-profit organization, for the people, by the people. She also co-chairs its Law and Activism Committee. She is committed to the WCH’s vision of creating a better way together.
This is an edited segment from the weekly live General Assembly meeting on January 16, 2023. Dr Naomi Wolf & Francesca Havens also presented at this meeting.