Kadeer came to Brighton in 2000 from Birmingham. During his time in Brighton he became actively involved in voluntary work with BME communities and also with members of the Faith Community on interfaith work. In 2003 he was elected as Chairman for the Brighton & Hove Racial Harassment Forum.
Kadeer moved back to Birmingham in 2004, he is currently a visiting lecturer in Commercial Law at the University of Central England, a Governor at the University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust and a member of the Heart of England Hospital Clinical Ethics Advisory Committee.
He regularly visits Brighton to meet and work with communities and faith groups.
What’s your favourite place in Brighton and Hove?
How do you relax?
Prayer, reading, taking long walks and socialising with friends.
What would you change about Brighton and Hove?
Brighton & Hove City Councils approach/policy on Race Equality.
What living person do you most admire?
Noam Chomskey, an academic, an intellectual, activist and someone who’s work really makes sense.