About Salimah Valiani

Salimah Valiani is a poet, an activist and a researcher. She is the 2012 recipient of the Feminist Economics Rhonda Williams Prize – for her work reflecting Rhonda Williams’ legacy of scholarship and activism.
She has published three books and several policy papers.
Two collections of poetry:
Letter Out : Letter In   http://www.inanna.ca/letter_over.html
One research monograph: 
Rethinking Unequal Exchange: the global integration of nursing labour markets
Her policy and research papers on labour migration can be accessed through this blog, under the ‘Labour Migration’ tab. 
 

10 responses to “About Salimah Valiani

  1. glad to the first one on your site
    Great work and keep it up.
    looking forward to more of your creative work

  2. A world traveller. A woman with many talents, very charismatic, a poet, a progressive activist promoting Social Justice, Workers’ Rights, Human Rights and equality for all.

    It is my pleasure to be part of her life.

  3. I read the poem penned by you, it is really touching and vivid in it’s ability to relive that moment etched in creative canvas !! Keep it up !!!

  4. ma belle Salimah, ton poème Toast me touche, non, il me heurte, en faisant remuer au creux de mon ventre toute la violence et l’horreur qu’il m’a fallu absorber pendant les années que j’ai passées à Joburg … continue de dire, tu rappelle ces souvenirs et m’inspire à continuer d’agir!

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  10. Hi Salimah,

    We’ve not been in touch for probably about 15 years or so . . . I currently reside in California as an English professor, and am taking a sabbatical to work on my memoir. I was delighted to look you up on the net and see the wonderful, important work you’ve been up to. You were always an inspiration to me! Enjoyed your interview on YouTube (very informative), and look forward to getting a copy of your poetry book.

    Love,
    Geneffa (formerly “Popatia” now Jonker)

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