Ahmed Pasha Windi (Iraq) is a human rights activist and development practitioner focused on peacebuilding, social cohesion, freedom of religion/belief, and gender equality. Ahmed speaks four languages (Arabic, English, Kurdish, and Spanish) and has eight years of professional experience in youth development projects with national and international NonGovernmental Organizations (NGOs), news agencies, and nonprofit training centers. He currently works as a project field coordinator with Pax for Peace International, working on the Musawat program, promoting Freedom of Religion and Belief (FoRB) in Iraq, Lebanon and the Occupied Palestinian Territories. The program focuses on countering different pillars of discrimination, building social cohesion, promoting dialogue, and building trust among different communities of the three countries. Ahmed promotes traveling and exploring other countries and cultures, and continuously highlights the benefits of travel professionally and personally.