Empowerment

An interview with Pinar Ilkkaracan from Women for Women’s Human Rights – New Ways.
"When the outside world thinks of Saudi women there are two images that appear to characterize all of us without exclusion or exception. We are veiled and we don't drive." Article by Lubna Hussain.
Zuleyha Seker hardly seems like a rebel. But as one of 400 women preachers, known as vaizes, currently working in several of Turkey's state-run mosques, Ms. Seker is making waves.
Widows’ Rights International supports organisations in South and West Asia and Africa working for social justice and human rights.
Aims to represent women's issues at local & national levels, to bring about positive change in women's lives, especially women from BME & diverse communities through consultation, representation and advocacy in local & national policy & service delivery.
Could progressive readings of Islam enhance women's rights? In India, Margot Badran talks to Muslims who see religion as a way to emancipation.
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