Farida Thapet is a member of the National Council for Women and the Afro-Asian Union for international law and dispute settlement (A. A. U). This is in addition to her active membership in various voluntary activities through her position as a member of the Board of Trustees at Rawdt El Khier For Community Development. She also enrolled in a diploma in women empowerment for international and regional leadership organized by the A.A.U in collaboration with the International Leadership Center. She participated in various campaigns, including the “Knock the Doors” Campaign to combat gender-based violence and Covid -19 awareness campaign. This is in addition to holding awareness workshops for women’s political participation, along with an extensive literacy campaign in Tamiya village. Recently, she submitted a recommendation for the NCW to deliver parent coaching to combat violence among children in public schools.