About Samad Billoo

Samad Billoo is of Asian descent. He is a Reformer; Philanthropist; Outspoken; Rebellious; Socially conscious; Anti war; and Political & Human Rights activist. 

He is a public speaker, poet, thinker and campaigner for Peace, Justice & Equality; and Human Rights.

Samad's passion for Peace, Justice and Equality for all, led him to be a political activist from a very young age. He has been part of various political movements and held a position of one of the national officers of the Respect Party, led by George Galloway, from 2008 to 2012.

After completing his graduation in Medicine and post-graduation in Health Services Management and Disaster Management, he worked in public and private sector to progress his career. 

Samad has extensive knowledge and experience in Health Services management including delivery of Emergency and Tertiary Medical Care, Emergency Planning and Disaster (natural and man-made) Management.

He has successfully led and delivered a number of international disaster management and health service provision projects including Reconstruction Project of 320 schools post-earthquake in Nepal, funded by UNICEF. And Emergency medical treatment centre in the Jungle refugee camp in Calais, France.

Samad also holds following voluntary positions:

·       Executive trustee of Health And Nutrition Development Society (HANDS) International

·       Trustee of Muslim Community & Education Centre (Palmers Green Mosque)

·       Trustee of North London Adult Care


In recognition of his public and community services, Samad has been awarded two of the Queen’s medals i.e. Diamond Jubilee medal in 2012 and Platinum Jubilee medal in 2022.