Fatima Abdullahi Suleiman
She is the Executive Director, Islamic Counseling Initiative in Northern Nigeria (ICIN). She holds an M.A in Law and Diplomacy, B.A. Combined Honors in Mass Communication and English Language, Bayero University of Kano, and is currently a Phd student in Law and Diplomacy University of Jos. She is an alumnus of National Institute of Management, Nigerian Institute of Public Relations. She holds a Diploma in Mass Communication, Diploma in Word Processing, Excel, Corel draw and Desktop Publishing and S.S.C.E Certificate from Baptist High School.
An advocate of Interfaith Mediation and Women’s Inclusion in governance and peace processes. A member of the Community Voices for Peace and Pluralism Africa, a forum for women mediators headed by Alice Nderitu. Also a member of Women peace and security network (WPSN) supported by UN Women in 2014. A part of several coalitions i.e. Movement for the Rights of Almajiri (MURAC), Women Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA), interfaith forum, Plateau, Centre for Human Dialogue Women Forum and Islamic Counseling Initiatives of Nigeria (ICIN). At ICIN, Fatima has led projects such as Reducing Preventing Hate Speech and Genocide project funded by Nexus fund, Interfaith Community Peace Building project funded by Peace Direct, a charity organization in the United Kingdom which ICIN got an award in the interfaith category on the International Human Rights Day 2017.
She is currently a Fellow for the King Abdulaziz Centre for Intercultural and Inter-religious dialogue (KAICIID).