Voice of Salam (Voice of Peace) was founded in 2015 to raise awareness of a range of global issues and promote understanding of human rights, interfaith and current socio-political issues.

Voice of Salam’s vision is of a world where every human being is treated with equal dignity with full respect to their human rights, regardless of their gender, sexuality, ethnic background, nationality or religious affiliation.

Voice of Salam’s mission is to break down barriers between people from diverse faith and cultural communities and promote the protection of human rights worldwide.

To provide an inclusive platform to raise awareness of and give campaigning advice about a wide range of social, political, human rights, intercultural and interfaith issues.

Voice of Salam’s key values are:

  • Peace
  • Equality
  • Inclusivity
  • Transparency



Elizabeth Arif-Fear (writer and activist)


Assalam aleykum! Shalom! Peace!
Welcome to Voice of Salam!

My name is Elizabeth and I’m a young British Muslim and human rights activist. I’ve been passionate about human rights and socio-political issues since discovering Amnesty International when I was at school. I also love discovering other languages and cultures and travelling.

I went on to study languages/translation and human rights at postgraduate level, including some study within Islamic Studies. I converted to Islam whilst in my final year at university.

My main interests include women’s rights, children’s rights, religious/cultural/linguistic rights, minority, refugee and migrant rights and issues surrounding post-colonialism, immigration, multiculturalism and both intercultural and interfaith work.

I hope you enjoy the blog and find it informative – comments, feedback and suggestions are very much welcome! You can comment here on the blog or get in touch via email or social media – see the contact page for more details. Happy viewing!

Salam! 🙂

#humanrights #interfaith #peace #humanity

Image credits:

Featured image: Andres Musta (Flickr)
Theme background: FreeImages.com/Craig Toocheck


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