Femicide Victims from Racialised Minority Communities
Trigger warning: This video highlights ethnic minority femicide victims from the UK. Most have been killed or allegedly murdered (where ongoing cases are concerned) by a male partner or family member or person known to them.Details
#FreeBritney: Can it relate to Women’s Rights in Islam?
#FreeBritney is more than just about Britney and her rights, it’s about justice and freeing women across the globe who are also oppressed.Details
Charity Governance Award
We are delighted to share that Muslim Women’s Network UK is, for the third consecutive year, a Charity Governance Award winner! This year we have won in the category of ‘Transforming with Digital’.Details
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Jess Phillips MP
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Baroness Sayeeda Warsi
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Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimiu
Lawyer, Political & Women's Rights Activist
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