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Doctor for diversity

Zahra
Shahtahmasebi
Thaya Ashaman
Auckland GP Thaya Ashman says her Headscarf for Harmony campaign was about recognising the absolute unprecedented tragedy of the Christchurch shootings. Photo: Simon Maude

An Auckland GP was behind Headscarf for Harmony, the national show of solidarity for Muslim women on 22 March. Zahra Shahtahmasebi caught up with Thaya Ashman to talk about media, values and overcoming fear

You start to hear the voices of the unheard, and start to advocate for those who can’t [advocate] for themselves who, I would arguably say, is any pat, Thaya Ashman, Auckland GP Thaya Ashman says her Headscarf for Harmony Campaign was about recognising the absolute unprecedented tragedy of the Christchurch shooting