It has now been a year since Baroness Shaista Gohir OBE's appointment to the House of Lords as a Cross-Bench Peer!
MWNUK CEO was on BBC Newsnight to touch upon the impact of coercive control & manipulation in abusive relationships.
MWNUK CEO Baroness Gohir spoke in the House of Lords in support of Baroness Morganís amendment to the Online Safety Bill.
Baroness Shaista Gohir spoke at the House of Lords on the Online Safety Bill.
MWNUK CEO, Baroness Shaista Gohir posed an important question about the women and girls of Afghanistan in the House of Lords
We are really pleased to share the Maiden Speech of Baroness Shaista Gohir OBE of MWNUK at the House of Lords on 10/10/2022.
Shaista Gohir OBE of the Muslim Womenís Network UK has been appointed to the House of Lords as a non-party-political.
MWNUK Co-Chair, Shaista Gohir OBE, speaks with BBC Newsnight demanding Nazir Ahmed lose his title.
Lord Ahmed has been jailed for child sex offences. MWNUK demands the government strip him of his title.
MWNUK Co-Chair Dr Iram Sattar was interviewed on BBC News on 24th January 2022 to speak about the experiences of MP Nus Ghani
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.
On the 20th October 2020, MWNUK hosted the Inaugural Meeting of the APPG on Muslim Women & the launch of it's first inquiry
Rachel Okello, Conservative Candidate and Jackie Taylor, Labour Councillor encouraging BAME women to enter politics.
Event hosted by MWNUK as part of the Equal Power Project funded by Comic Relief to encourage BAME women to stand in politics
An online event to encourage and support BAME women in applying for roles on public and private sector Boards.
On Wednesday 9th September 2020, MWNUK hosted an online panel discussion exploring the role of magistrates in the UK.
A panel discussion with local councillors from different political parties
Labour MP Naz Shah explains why she decided to enter politics despite the barriers of being a BAME woman.
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