This year’s list of the world’s 100 most inspiring and influential women has been published by the BBC. Jannatul Ferdous Ivy of Bangladesh has been included in this list. This information was reported in a BBC report on Tuesday (November 21).
Former US first lady Michelle Obama, AI expert Timnit Gebru, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, Hollywood star America Ferrera, Indian women’s cricket team captain Harmanpreet Kaur and Bollywood actress Dia Mirza are on this list.
According to reports about Jannatul Ferdous IV of Bangladesh, 60 percent of her body was burnt in an accident. He turned from this tragic incident to become a filmmaker, writer and rights activist.
Jannatul is the founder of Voices and Views, an organization that fights for the rights of burnt women. But he is better known as a filmmaker. Made 5 short films. Also wrote 3 novels. Besides, he creates awareness of the disabled in the society through storytelling.
Jannatul did her Masters in English Literature from Eden Women’s College as a non-regular (private) student. Later he did Masters in Development Studies Department from BRAC University.