National Membership and Outreach Officer
Covid-19 Vaccine Myths vs Facts
Even though people from Black and Asian backgrounds are more likely to die from Covid-19, they are more reluctant to have the vaccine. Dr. Iram Sattar (MWNUK Trustee and Safeguarding Lead) discusses the myths and facts on the Covid-19 vaccine.Details
Exploring Funding Needs for Ethnic Minority Women
MWNUK want to better understand what help and support is needed for BAME women and girls as communities respond and recover from the impacts of the Covid pandemic in the short term and in the long term. We are looking to hear from individuals, small groups, and established organisations.⠀Details
Help us to improve social justice and equality for women and girls
Jess Phillips MP
MWNUK is courageous because of the uncompromising and fearless positions it sometimes takes when calling out injustice and inequality
I am proud to support and champion this fantastic organisation, which is informing policy and transforming lives.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi
MWNUKâ€™s authenticity comes from knowledge of lived experiences of Muslim women and girls acquired through their helpline, research and members.
Naz Shah MP
They work tirelessly with passion and commitment to make a difference and improve outcomes for some of the most vulnerable women and girls in society.
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimiu
Lawyer, Political & Women's Rights Activist
There is no greater time than now for the voices, representation and power of Muslim women to be visible in the feminist movement and all walks of life. MWNUK is a vital force in delivering this much needed balance and representation.