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England’s Lionesses ground-breaking achievement of winning Euro 2022 can inspire girls across different communities to play football.

The first British Muslim Female of Kashmiri Heritage to receive an MBE in Sparkbrook, one of the most deprived wards in the West Midlands.

The biggest barrier is that there is not enough representation… no one that I could look up to as a Muslim, British Pakistani, blind woman.

Maryam Amir launching her new Woman Quran Reciters app (Qariah) during Ramadan, is another example of women literally finding their voice.

Muslim women are less likely to be given an award. Of the 54 Muslims given medals, only 35 per cent (19) were women.

Across the world, the poorest people and communities of colour are too often those bearing the brunt of the climate crisis.

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

Women and football…it is a topic that has attracted much attention recently due to the increased presence of female football fans.

Putting forward why the law reforms in respect of intimate image abuse must take into account the intersectional experiences of victims.

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

MWN Hub decided to interview one of the many inspirational Muslim female doctors who has been treating COVID-19 patients in hospital.

The British judiciary is still overwhelmingly white and male and there is not a single BAME judge in the Supreme Court.

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.

People of Bangladeshi ethnicity are twice as likely to die of Covid than those of White British ethnicity

Race Equality Week is an opportunity for us to address race inequalities and seek legislative solutions to help tackle racial discrimination

We could not stand by and allow the awful perpetrator to succeed in sharing their vile, anti-Semitic message.

If their hard work was able to get them the vote by the end of World War One, then I'm sure those women also deserve a poppy!

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