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MWNUK hosted a Q&A webinar about the Covid vaccine. Doctors discuss Covid's impact on BAME communities and held a Q&A session
Our helpline provides support and counselling on over 40 issues including mental health, forced marriage and domestic abuse.
In this episode, Shalina speaks with Asmah Bibi (Nurse & Author) and Maya Salam (Psychotherapist).
This year MWNUK's virtual AGM is on, ‘Addressing the Needs of Muslim Women Post-Covid’
Shalina speaks with Taiba Khan. Taiba discusses how her eating disorder negatively affected her life, and how she overcame it
In this episode, Nadia discusses what support is available for HG and what main tips are for women struggling to cope
In 2020, The Centre for Social Justice launched an inquiry on child sexual exploitation and child sexual abuse.
A new series launched in collaboration with Shalina Litt explores the issues that take place "Behind Closed Doors".
Based on real life experiences of a South Asian female victim of child exploitation.
MWNUK were official partners of Care International UK's #March4Women in 2018. We marched for gender equality and justice.
Henrietta (author & coach) speaks about Zubaidah bint Ja'afar, a powerful Abbasid princess during the Al-Andalus period
Campaign to challenge stereotypes of Muslim women and to provide inspiration (Part 1 of 2)
Several MPs from the APPG on Muslim Women share their #Choose2Challenge stories as a part of the theme for IWD 2021
Professor Farah Bhatti OBE is interviewed by Naz Shah MP (Labour Party +Co-Chair of the APPG on Muslim Women) for IWD 2021.
Rachel Okello, Conservative Candidate and Jackie Taylor, Labour Councillor encouraging BAME women to enter politics.
Interview with Rozana Isa, Executive Director of Sisters in Islam (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
This is part one of two where she shares her journey into Islamic feminism.
This is part two to two where she shares her thoughts about Quran and social justice.
The 'Sangini Edit' series aim to explore the cultural entitlement of South Asian Women working within the creative industries
Faeeza Vaid speaks to Henrietta Szovati (Author and Coach) about the forgotten Muslim women in history.
Shalina Litt sings John Legend's 'All of Me' at the Be Cafe, Kuwait.
New women led not for profit organisation launches in Muslim charity sector.
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