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24 September 2023 / 9. Rabi-Ul-Awwal 1445

Fatima Inspires

Fatima Inspires -  2018

Nominations are now closed.

The World Federation is pleased to announce the return of our Fatima Inspires initiative. Together, let us appreciate the inspiring women in our community,  where we take the time to celebrate women. 

We are now accepting nominations for this year's #FatimaInspires initiative, which runs from  20th February 2018 to 9th March 2018 Our aim is to showcase the numerous merits and accomplishments of women from our global community!

View 2018 Nominations here

Our Fatima Inspires initiative gives our community an opportunity to highlight these key individuals in honour of the Lady of Light, Sayyida Fatima (sa). We are very privileged to have amazing examples of strong and inspiring female role models in our community.

The World Federation have had a fantastic response to this initiative in the past, and we are keen to continue appreciating the women in our community who do so much, but whose efforts sometimes go unacknowledged. This is our fourth year running this initiative and there are still so many women who deserve to be recognised for their contribution. 


Nominating a woman for Fatima Inspires 


When can I nominate?

Nominations are open from the wafaat of Sayyida Fatima (sa) on 20th February 2018 to the Wiladat of Sayyida Fatima (sa) on 9th March 2018  inclusively. Any nominations submitted after this date will not be accepted.

Who can I nominate?

You can nominate any woman who has inspired you in any way, be it through, community work, academic achievements, careers or anything else. You can nominate someone because of their leadership, character, personality, generosity or anything else you find inspiring. 

How can I nominate?

You can submit your nomination using our short online application form. Email a photograph or a short video clip to [email protected].

What happens after I nominate?

Once we received your nominations, we will showcase each one on our website and on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. We want to show the amazing achievements of our women for the world to see, so we can all be inspired them too, and take examples from them in order to better themselves.

What happens after the Fatima Inspires initiative closes?

All nominees will get a form of recognition from us.  All of the nominations will then be sent to our panellists who will decide on a top 5, who will be announced by email.

I am excited about Fatima Inspires how can I share this with my family and friends?

You can download the poster here and share with your friends and family via social media, WhatsApp, email or even print it out and encourage everyone to celebrate our women by nominating them. 

Can anyone nominate women?

Yes! We encourage both women and men to send in nominations. 

Click here to see the nominations submitted so far for this initiative.


Further Information

Sayyida Fatima (sa) was given many titles throughout her lifetime by her father. Here is one of the titles.

Why Fatima Inspires?

Sayyida Fatima (sa) was given many titles in her life, one of these was 'Sayyidatu Nisa il A’lameen' meaning 'the leader of the women of the worlds'. Her father, the Holy Prophet (saw), gave her this title as she was and still is a perfect role model, for both men and women. The Fatima Inspires initiative is in honour of our role model and guiding light.

View our message from the President of The World Federation here.

To learn more about Sayyida Fatima ( sa ) please click here for her bio. 

Click here to see the past nominations from  2018

Click here to see the past nominations from  2017

Click here to see the past nominations from  2016

Click here to see the past nominations from 2015




Share this poster with your family, friends and peers to spread the word on #FatimaInspires. Download it here

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