It is important to raise awareness about the abuse and oppression experienced by Muslim women across the globe.
Celebs have jumped on the bandwagon of supporting women's rights, but their words are hollow when silent on the oppression of Muslim women.
“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.
England’s Lionesses ground-breaking achievement of winning Euro 2022 can inspire girls across different communities to play football.
Report uncovers a culture of maternity abuse contributing to 1 in 5 Muslim women saying their maternity care is ‘poor’ or ‘very poor.’
Maryam Amir launching her new Woman Quran Reciters app (Qariah) during Ramadan, is another example of women literally finding their voice.
Netflix's latest true-crime documentary, follows three women who were conned by a convicted criminal posing as a billionaire on Tinder.
The number of times the Helpline was contacted via phone, text, email or webchat rose from over 3000 times (2020) to 4000 times in 2021.
#FreeBritney is more than just about Britney and her rights, it’s about justice and freeing women across the globe who are also oppressed.
Check out this blog version of our recent 'Let's Talk' video about ICP, hosted by our presenter Ayisha Karim!
Is there pressure on new mothers to exclusively breastfeed and how realistic are these expectations?
Putting forward why the law reforms in respect of intimate image abuse must take into account the intersectional experiences of victims.
Today is the last day of learning disability week, an awareness raising initiative that is of particular significance to me.
This is my story entailing my experience as a first time mum with acute postpartum depression and anxiety.
MWN Hub decided to interview one of the many inspirational Muslim female doctors who has been treating COVID-19 patients in hospital.
People of Bangladeshi ethnicity are twice as likely to die of Covid than those of White British ethnicity
This pregnancy complication characterised by an extreme form of sickness can be a horrific, lonely experience, but more support is available
Urgent reform is needed of the Victim's Right to Review (VRR) if we are to stop failing victims of rape and sexual abuse
We could not stand by and allow the awful perpetrator to succeed in sharing their vile, anti-Semitic message.
Our mantra in Tell MAMA, is to be 'Upstanders and not Bystanders' and we have used this phrase for over 7 years in our campaigning.
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