Fuad Nahdi is the Executive Director of the Radical Middle Way project. He is also the Founding Editor and Publisher of Q-News, a leading current affairs magazine established in 1992. One of the most respected Muslim journalists in Britain, Fuad has worked with and contributed to Reuters, The Guardian, The Independent, The New York Times, The Economist, Arab News, The New Statesman, Los Angeles Times, Channel Four and the BBC, among others.
Fuad has also been a consultant on Islam and global affairs to numerous corporations, think-tanks and governments including HSBC Bank, the Asia-Europe Foundation, Editorial Intelligence and Irish Human Right Commission.
Fuad has consistently pushed the boundaries of Muslim expression – his inventive ideas, creative approach and brash writing style set him apart as a unique force in modern journalism. He is certainly not a dispassionate spectator: for the last two decades he has been involved in grassroots projects involving mostly women and young people aimed at forging a British Muslim identity based on engagement and dialogue. His is a true visionary and RMW benefits from his expert guidance and his eye for spotting the next significant trend.