Raad Rahman is a writer and a communications, advocacy and partnerships specialist. She regularly consults with international human rights groups working to foster freedom of expression, such as the Center for Inquiry, PEN America, and i-Probono. She has previously worked in various capacities with UNICEF, the International Center for Transitional Justice, and the Asia Society, in a career spanning the UK, India, Bangladesh, Jamaica, the United states, and Hungary. Her writing has been published in the Guardian, Guernica, VICE, the Rumpus, Roads and Kingdoms, UNICEF, and has been quoted by the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and New York Times Now. In 2013, Harvard’s Kennedy School named her an emerging leader. She lives in Brooklyn, and tweets @rad_rahman.