Amid all the violence happening in Iraq, a workshop at a Californian University aims at building a working group consisting of women within the Iraqi Ministry of Higher Education to increase the number of women in leadership roles in Iraqi universities.
Egypt’s National Council for Women launched last month a media campaign under the slogan “The Taa’ Marbouta is your strength,” which aims to encourage women to break all barriers standing in their way and not to accept society’s narrow perceptions
A leading Muslim group in Nigeria has welcomed a court ruling lifting the ban on girls wearing the headscarf in government schools in Lagos state, describing it as a victory for the rule of law.
Ice skater Zahra Lari hopes to take her blades to glory. She is on the path to becoming the first Emirati athlete to compete at a Winter Olympics.
Women’s rights activists condemned Liberia’s parliament this week for removing a ban on female genital mutilation (FGM) from a new domestic violence law in a country where half of women have been cut.
New Art Exhibition Explores Muslim Women’s Experiences Living in Toronto. Exhibition at the Gardiner Museum helps Muslim women find their voice against oppression.
A female-run clinic in Afghanistan is providing free, life-changing surgery to women suffering from fistula.
Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad will make history as the first U.S. woman to compete wearing a hijab at the summer Games in Rio.
in my country, all islamic women is pursuing higher education in university, i;m from indonesian btw, the largest muslim country