BA, Political Science and International Development Studies, McGill University (2015)
Khaldah Salih is a Master’s student at the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice. She is from Sudan and grew up largely in the Diaspora. She is interested in humanitarian work, specifically in Sudan and in Africa generally, while also emphasizing and debating its ethics and boundaries. Khaldah wants to contribute to studies and literature on oppression in Sudan, noting the lack of diversity in knowledge that is available and accessible. She is passionate about the role that knowledge can have on improved livelihoods and peace. She intends to do research that focuses on the individual experiences of marginalized Sudanese women in and after conflict. Broadly, Khaldah is interested in all issues related to Africa and specifically the role of changing global economies and politics on individuals and communities. She also has experience working with refugees and in civil society organizations and campaigns in Sudan.
Khaldah is interested in studying the experiences of marginalized Sudanese women in and after conflict.