Female Muslim molecular biologist Dr. Amnah Khan from the University of Malta makes groundbreaking discovery during research on bone cancer cells
Reaching for the Stars: Inspiring interview with convert and Religious Education teacher, Melissa Ahmedi, who embraced Islam at the tender age of 13.
An interview with Ophthalmologist, Dr Munazzah Chou, who studied medicine at Cambridge University, speaking to her about upbringing, career and family life.
An article by the BBC has portrayed Muslim women as having 'second class' status to men, based on their access to mosques during the pandemic. Ayesha Malik...
An interview with Dr Nusrat Sharif, where she provides insight into her passion for science, faith and Pfizer’s development of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Nila Ahmad talks about the impact and the struggles brought on by the pandemic on mothers, and the constant societal pressure on women to 'do it all'.
An interview with Nusrat Haq, BA (Oxon), a practising solicitor in Corporate Law, on how her faith and career have correlated.
Following the tragic case of Sarah Everard, Munavara Ghauri explains who, according to Islam, has the responsibility of protecting women in society.
Munavara Ghauri writes about the birth of her son which strengthened her faith and reinforced her conviction in a Compassionate and Benevolent Creator.
Munavara Ghauri talks about the freedom around women observing the veil - a subject that is always at the forefront of women's rights in Islam.
Interview with Child Prodigy, Sitara Brooj Akbar, on her illustrious academic career, who wishes to serve humanity with her inimitable talents.
What is the relationship between Islam and feminism? A deliberation of the different, yet equally important roles of men and women in Islam.
Violence against women and girls remains a serious global issue despite the many attempts at addressing it.
After model Halima Aden quits her fashion career, a Muslim woman shares her own experince of finding courage and her identity in the hijab.
Read about how Islam granted women their rights lonng before the establishment of any feminist movement.