Zerbanoo Gifford

Author, human rights campaigner and founder of the ASHA Centre, a charity with an outstanding international track record in delivering transformative education in the fields of ethical leadership, social innovation, intercultural and interfaith understanding, sustainable development, and the performing arts. Zerbanoo Gifford holds the International Woman of the Year Award 2006 for her humanitarian work, which spans fifty years of grassroots and global activism.


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