A national organisation of believing women committed to the equality, equity and empowerment of Muslim women. CCMW promotes Muslim women’s identity in the Canadian context, and encourages mutual understanding between Canadian Muslim women and women of other faiths.
As a regional network of activists from nine countries across the Middle East and North Africa, Karama Focuses on developing anti-violence strategies particular to the realities of women in the region, and elevating The status of Arab women as leaders and experts. The focus is ending violence against women from eight Different perspectives, by understanding and addressing the causes and the effects of violence in the fields of Health, politics, education, religion, laws and the judicial system, art and culture, media, and economics.
Karamah are committed to supporting human rights worldwide, especially the rights of Muslim women. Our overarching goal is to promote the well-being of Muslim communities worldwide through legal education and leadership development, and to increase respect and understanding of Islamic law and civilization in other communities. In particular, Karamah try to provide women with a better understanding of their rights under Islamic law, and respond to their needs through legal advocacy, education, and grassroots activism. It is crucial that Muslim women be empowered to gain the capacity to address and eradicate the social ills which exist in their communities, and Karamah is well positioned to lead this effort.
Musawah is a global movement for equality and justice in the Muslim family, calling for equality, non-discrimination, justice and dignity as the basis of all human relations; full and equal citizenship for every individual; and marriage and family relations based on principles of equality and justice, with men and women sharing equal rights and responsibilities.
The MWNNA is a peak body representing a network of Muslim women's organisations and individuals throughout Australia. It is a multicultural Muslim women’s organization. Muslim women of all ages, occupations and ethnicities are welcomed to join with MWNNA in sisterhood. individual members include lawyers, corporate managers, journalists, teachers, university students and home managers. Membership is also drawn from a broad mix of ethnic backgrounds from the Middle East, South East Asia, the Pacific Islands, Africa, Europe and America, as well as members who were born in Australia.