Sabina Singh is a mother, partner, artist, teacher, academic, and a strong supporter of people working together for each other whether they belong to Indigenous nations or modern states. Sabina is an Associate Scholar with the Centre for World Indigenous Studies working on writing about the disrespect occurring throughout the world for Indigenous People and land.
In 2008 Sabina returned to Victoria to raise her two children and teach political science at the University of Victoria. Her academic work began by studying Uganda and Africa as a whole, but now she also explores issues of Indigenous governance.
In 2014, Sabina was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, and immediately joined the MS Warriors Dragonboat Team, fundraising and supporting those who live with MS, their families, and friends. As part of learning how to navigate the disability she volunteered and joined many activities related to people with disabilities.
Sabina is also an artist and passionate supporter of the arts as a tool to transform lives, change attitudes, and build a better world. She co-developed the workshop Exploring Diversity and Power Through Movement which allows for Sabina to use her skills and a university instructor to teach diversity and her skills as a dancer to explore how the structures around us can make us feel in our own bodies.
Sabina has been an active member of the community, pursuing her passion for equality, electoral reform, food security, environmental security, social supports and Indigenous rights.
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