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Interviews with known and unknown women of Muslim heritage, and reviews of events, films, popular culture and the media.
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Interview: Houzan Mahmoud

Houzan Mahmoud is one of the founders of Culture Project, and a writer, feminist and public lecturer. She has just brought out a collection of Kurdish women’s writing. How did you go about collecting stories for the anthology Kurdish Women’s…

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Towards a sustainable peace in Afghanistan

Interview: Heela Yoon Heela Yoon is the founder of Afghan Youth Ambassadors for Peace, an organisation for young Afghan women peacebuilders. What drew you into peace work? I grew up in Afghanistan where there is constant war and conflict. Most…

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Get up, go out and get it done!

Interview with Jamsheda Young You’re the first Muslim woman to be appointed to BBC World News’ team as an Assistant Editor. Can you describe your career progression to this point? It’s been hard work and nothing has progressed in a…

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Becoming my own hero

An interview with Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize nominee Shana Begum You’ve been nominated for an Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize. What does that mean to you? As a BAME woman with a learning disability, I feel overwhelmingly proud that the hard…

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Honouring gutsy women

Interview with Yasmin Alibhai-Brown Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is a British journalist and author. She describes herself as a ‘a leftie liberal, anti-racist, feminist, Muslim.’ Her latest book, Ladies Who Punch: Fifty Trailblazing Women Whose Stories You Should Know is an anthology…

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Nazir Afzal on life, loss and COVID-19

I spoke to Nazir Afzal shortly after the release of his much-awaited memoir and after his older brother’s passing from COVID-19, both occurring almost simultaneously in the midst of a global pandemic. Nazir Afzal, former Chief Crown Prosecutor for the…

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“Women need to act collectively”

This is part two of our interview with Rana Dajani. Part one can be read here. Rana Dajani is a professor of molecular biology at the Hashemite University of Jordan. She is the founder of the charity We Love Reading…

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Rana Dajani: Reading is a life-long activity!

Rana Dajani is a professor of molecular biology at the Hashemite University of Jordan. She is the founder of the charity We Love Reading which promotes reading for pleasure and reading aloud. Her book Five Scarves is part-biography and part-manifesto…

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Breaking down the wall of prejudice

Interview: Sandy Abdel Rahman Sandy Rahman is a creative entrepreneur and filmmaker. She’s also the founder of Skaped, a social enterprise that encourages young people to engage with their human rights through creative arts workshops and events. We spoke with…

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