Sara Khan is Director and Co-Founder of Inspire, a counter extremism and women’s rights organisation. After the 7/7 bombings Sara sat on the Home Office's working group ‘Tackling Extremism and Radicalisation’. Inspire launched an anti-ISIS campaign in September 2014, ‘Making a Stand’ and has supported the Metropolitan Police's ‘Preventing Tragedies’ campaign. Inspire work with police, local government, schools and colleges and with parents.
Sara writes comment pieces for the Guardian, the Independent, the Telegraph, the New Statesman and Huffington Post. She has also appeared on Channel 4 News, Sky News, ITV News, BBC Radio 4 ‘Today’ Programme, CNN Amanpour and BBC Woman’s Hour amongst others. In January 2015 Sara was recognised as one of Britain’s 500 most influential people, in the prestigious Debrett’s War and Peace category as someone who is working towards peace and stability in the United Kingdom.