Sitarah Mohammadi is the spokesperson at World Hazara Council (WHC). She is a contributor to Guardian Australia and writes on Hazaras, Afghanistan and refugees’ issues. Sitarah recently co-authored a chapter in the volume of Migrant Australia: From Botany Bay to Manus Island. Sitarah is a current Juris Doctor candidate in law in Melbourne, Australia and a legal researcher with the Afghanistan Human Rights Democracy Organisation. Sitarah was the 2019 Provost scholar at the University of Oxford, where she undertook her studies in International Relations and Politics and completed her dissertation on Australia’s refugee policy post-2001. Sitarah also has a bachelor’s degree in international Relations and Human Rights from Monash University.