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Eman Homaid is a Yemeni woman, founder and president of the Insaf Center for Rights and Development. She holds a master's degree in political science and wrote a dissertation on the political participation of minorities in Yemen. Since 2017, she has been actively involved in defending the rights of religious and ethnic minorities, and co-authored the book "Minorities in Yemen: Reality and Challenges". She played a significant role in the release of six Baha'is in 2020 by drawing attention to their situation. She also advocates on behalf of Yemeni journalists, particularly those held by the Houthis. Eman is also committed to the preservation and promotion of Yemeni heritage.

"I was and will remain the voice of truth for every human being in my country who has not been granted their rights."

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