Noorulann Shahid

NUS LGBT+ Officer (Open Place)

Noorulann Shahid currently studies behavioural economics at the University of Nottingham. She is interested in politics & current affairs, Islam, feminism, gender studies, music, economics, development and popular culture.

Our Campaign To Support Student Estranged From Their Families

NUS LGBT+ Campaign has teamed up with Stand Alone to launch the Estranged Students Solidarity Campaign. Together we aim to eradicate the stigma surrounding estrangement and support estranged students through their studies. We want to get lots of institutions and students' unions on board with this campaign and there's so much that you can do on your campuses to support estranged students.
03/10/2017 12:56 BST

Don't Fight One Phobia With Another

As an LGBT person of faith, it is important to me to continuously build cohesion between the LGBT community and faith groups - and this extends to our campuses. It is not conducive for students who may wish to reconcile their LGBT identities with their faiths or are struggling with these two seemingly contradictory aspects of their identities to see the two groups at war with each other.
04/03/2015 11:26 GMT

Why I Created the #LifeOfAMuslimFeminist Hashtag

In the week after the hashtag was created, I received a lot of positive and supportive feedback from non-Muslim feminists who have found it to be quite insightful and eye-opening. If you have time, I'd encourage you to scroll through the hashtag yourself...
06/02/2014 13:36 GMT