Walking a Tightrope: Women and Veiling in the United Kingdom by Ayesha Salma Kariapper examines the ways in which public debates over the headscarf and the full-face veil have shaped the strategies of women from Muslim communities, strategies developed to deal with the limitations imposed on them in the name of religion, culture, tradition and identity within the community, and with racism and exclusion from mainstream society. You can now download the book for free!

The exhibition looks at women's dress in some Muslim countries and communities and is a snapshot of diversities and commonalities through space and time. These highlight the influence of many forces – class, status, region, work, religious interpretation, ethnicity, urban/rural, politics, fashion, climate.

How 18 year old Sonita Alizadeh resisted family pressure to marry and travelled from Tehran to Utah after her talent was nurtured by networkers across the world.

C'est notre plus grand plaisir d'annoncer que Mariam Diallo-Drame, Président de l'"Association Femmes Leadership et Développement Durable" (AFLED) du Mali, et WLUML networker, vient de recevoir la médaille du mérite, décernée par le gouvernement.

It is our great pleasure to announce that Mariam Diallo-Drame, President of the "Association Femmes Leadership et Développement Durable" (AFLED) of Mali, and WLUML networker, has just received the Medal of Merit, awarded by the Government of Mali.

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عشيّة انعقاد مؤتمر موسكو, يشدد ملتقى سوريات يصنعن السلام على النقاط المتّفق عليها في اجتماع ميثاق المرأة السورية الذي تم بحضور أكثر من 70 امرأة من مدن سورية عديدة في دمشق بتاريخ 6 كانون الثاني 2014 على ضوء انعقاد مؤتمر جنيف 2.
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"Maha’s passing has left a hole in our hearts but we will continue to struggle for the rights of Palestinian women with greater vigour and commitment."

Faced with unequal power relations at the negotiating table and authoritarian consolidation, a member of the 50-committee explores how feminist voices achieved leverage when drafting the 2014 Egyptian Constitution to include article 11.

By Gönül Kaya

Gönül Kaya is a journalist and representative of the Kurdish women’s movement. This article is the transcript of her speech at the Jineology Conference in March 2014 in Cologne, Germany.

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