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

So, this rant is for all you mothers who are having a hard time not being recognised or acknowledged for the things you do every single day

She’s my heroine, my superwoman! So let us remember ladies, the women around us where we can draw our strength from...

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!

Sexual abuse is a pandemic that needs to be addressed and talked about… and I too wanted to get justice.

SST was founded to advocate anti-sexual harassment education and provide a safe space for student survivors of all various backgrounds.

‘Lost and Found’ tells you about my faith journey and how I found my spiritual calm over the years - I hope you can relate to this poem.

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.

Never let us forget the contributions women like my mum made to our beautiful district - quietly, with compassion and grace.

It’s Human Rights Day today and I want to talk about the Black, South Asian, Arab and other ethnic minority victims of femicide in the UK.

#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!

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.

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

Here are a few online media platforms and magazines aimed at Muslims, some of which particularly focus on Muslim women and girls.

I remember exactly when I received the news that my dad had early on set vascular dementia...

The number of calls received by the MWN UK's Helpline has increased with the top calls being about domestic abuse and mental health.

MWNUK are heartbroken to learn that Fawziyah Javed was taken from this world way too soon.

This article discusses the challenges of choosing Muslim baby girl names and stories of how people decide names.

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.

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

My experience of being a Muslim girl in the UK Foster care system and how I found peace in Islam.

Fraud cases are more prevalent now especially due to Covid and have become more sophisticated, it is time to be more alert than ever before!

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

This is my story entailing my experience as a first time mum with acute postpartum depression and anxiety.

Ever since the Sarah Everard murder there has been an ongoing discussion on the role of men when it comes to women’s safety.

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

2010 - this was the year my life turned upside down and I didn’t even know it, nor would I for the next eight years.

Smear tests save lives yet BAME women are less likely to have them. MWNUK tested attitudes of Muslim women through a survey.

It is vital that we raise awareness about STIs and put an end to the taboo nature that surrounds this topic.

A poem about family abuse, written by a victim and survivor of domestic abuse.

Urgent reform is needed of the Victim's Right to Review (VRR) if we are to stop failing victims of rape and sexual abuse

A summary of obtaining Forced Marriage Protection Orders and other issues that people have to deal with surrounding FMPO

Alcohol addiction may be a response to increasing levels of domestic abuse and it is probably being used as a coping mechanism.

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