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Salima Stanley-Bhanji

Salima is the CEO of social enterprise Humainologie and a filmmaker. Humainologie uses art, including film, to spread empathy, increase inclusion, and reduce discrimination. Salima has produced and directed more than 20 short films for Humainologie. Her award-winning films have been screened at film festivals worldwide. In 2015, Salima raised awareness of the world’s 60 million displaced people by hiking 1,200 kilometres from Geneva, Switzerland to Pamplona, Spain.

 

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