Yasmin Alibhai-Brown (née Damji; born 10 December 1949) is a newspaper columnist from the United Kingdom. She is a Shia Muslim who writes for the Independent and the Evening Standard about immigration and diversity issues.
In May 2012 she forwarded an anonymous message from an Independent reader to the police. The letter contained accusations against BBC presenter Stuart Hall that he sexually abused minors in the 1980s. Her actions prompted a police investigation that led to Hall's arrest, trial and eventual imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to fourteen charges of indecent assault.
In 2016 Alibhai-Brown won the Columnist of the Year Broadsheet at the British Press Awards.