Fatima double majored in Human rights and Anthropology and graduated in 2019. She was a very active student and a fierce advocate for human and women’s rights. Upon graduation, she returned to Afghanistan where she worked with the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission. Tragically, she was murdered by a car bomb in Kabul on June 27, 2020 while on her way to work. Fatima’s bright but brief life is never to be forgotten. The documentary portrays her friends, professors, and family members who share their memories of Fatima, her thoughts and beliefs. “Fatima (Natasha) Khalil, a life, never to be forgotten”, directed by: Zarlasht Sarmast / firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask that you join us by contributing to the Fatima Khalil Human Rights Scholarship Fund. For more information, please contact the Alumni Relations Office. We are delighted to announce that the Open Society Foundation will match dollar for dollar up to $100,000 raised by AUCA for the Fatima Khalil Scholarship. George Soros was personally saddened by the death of Fatima as she embodied so many core values supported by his extraordinary philanthropic work. Please help us by spreading the word, contributing, finding donors, and remembering Fatima's short but wonderful life.