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“Behind every great man is a great woman”; it’s time to take a look at the amazing Muslim women involved in Pakistan’s independence.

While the country celebrates this anniversary, we thought we use this opportunity to see what some Muslim women have to say about the Queen…

Q&A with Ayisha Karim, author of Super Star Muslim Women – a children’s book series that shares stories of Islamic female role models!

Netflix's latest true-crime documentary, follows three women who were conned by a convicted criminal posing as a billionaire on Tinder.

I’d love to share Maryam Wahid’s story and career, to perhaps inspire you and many other Muslim women to chase YOUR creative dreams!

A book review of Ed Husain's newest book 'Among the Mosques' in which he explores mosques around Modern-day Britain.

In light of Black History Month, I thought I would share some of my favourite books written by black Muslim women.

I thought it would be great to highlight some amazing black Muslim women who are working hard in their careers to drive change!

Netflix women centred Indian drama series about five ‘begums’ dealing with their own personal struggles while facing with everyday sexism.

Discussing an example of 'better relations between men and women' in the workplace, particularly in the South Asian film & TV industry.

I thought I'd highlight a few talented British Muslim female authors who have written great novels you may not know about!

A review of GHKKPM post #BoycottGHKKPM, acknowledging the importance of dance and music for story progress and the achievements of #NeilSha

A review into why the loyal fans of the popular Indian Television show 'Ghum Hai Kisikey Pyaar Meiin' decided to trend #BoycottGHKKPM

The writer, director and producer, Nida Manzoor, successfully conveys that “there’s no one cookie-cutter way of being a Muslim woman”

Roohia shares her experience of being mentored by artist Padma Rao and working with community groups to produce an exhibition of Islamic Art

It is rare to find Muslim female directors being recognised for their creative talent, therefore this blog aims to highlight some of them!

Parvin talks about her life as an artist; her latest work will be part of the Srijoni Exhibition at Arts Centre Washington from 18 May 2021

Thanks to my dad and our regular trips to the library, it seems that books have always been such a meaningful part of my life.

Directors Smriti Mundhra and Sarita Khurana shift perspective and expose patriarchy in their documentary about arranged marriage.

South Asian Heritage Month is about reclaiming the history and identity of British South Asians and for them to be able to tell their storie

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