Anum Mulla

Anum MullaAnum is a writer, editor, and an empathy & compassion cultivation facilitator. With roots in India, Pakistan, the Middle East, and Canada, she is passionate about the fluid interrelation of cultures and perspectives and is a strong advocate of social justice and reform. She studied political science and history at the University of Toronto. Her work is rooted in the belief of a metaphysical alignment of the core human values of empathy and compassion.

Anum is an active member of the International Charter for Compassion, her most notable collaboration was being the official letter writer for the Charter's honorary 'Compassionate City' title for Christchurch, and for inviting Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to accept the Charter's 2019 Humanitarian Award. Anum is also a certified Level 2 Facilitator of the CIT Program (Center for Compassion Integrity & Secular Ethics, Life University), and a certified SEE Learning Facilitator (Emory University). She is on the team for CIT for Young Changemakers, and spearheaded the CIT for Educators in Africa, and the CIT for Educators in South Asia programs. Her most recent project was training facilitators from UNESCO MGIEP - Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development for the CIT Facilitator Program which concluded in December 2022.

© 2023 Charter for Compassion. All rights reserved.