Farah bogani



I am a young human rights activist that is motivated to work towards an equitable, inclusive, and responsible future through research. I am particularly passionate about highlighting how tech and innovation play a role in human rights issues.


I graduated with an MA in Comparative Literature and International Relations from the University of St Andrews, and an MSc in Human Rights from the London School of Economics & Political Science. My studies included courses in human rights, peace and conflict, critical race theory, and gender. I have particular expertise in atrocities committed under repressive governments and post-atrocity processes in international law and transitional justice.


I developed my expertise in technology, human rights, and international security from conducting research for the Chatham House Royal Institute of International Affairs and Amnesty International, before moving into project coordination & management at the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.

​When I'm not working, I enjoy lifting heavy things, reading stories, swimming, yoga, travel, and improving my mental health and wellness.

How I Can Help You

I help people who are passionate about systemic change and social good navigate the roadmap to social impact. By drawing on my lived experiences of being a young, disabled, mixed Asian Muslim woman, I help develop and co-create strategies for equity, inclusion, and responsibility. I bring a holistic lens of decolonization, intersectionality, feminism, anti-oppression, anti-racism, wellness and sustainability to all my projects.

I also provide human rights-informed research using an anti-oppressive framework.

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