WLUML will participate in the upcoming Feminist Dialogues (FD), a 2 day transnational meeting of feminist networks and organizations held before the World Social Forum.
Iran's hard-line judiciary has made a rare admission of error over a case involving Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi.
The conference, held in Manama, Bahrain, was the first to bring together human rights activists from all GCC countries and Yemen to discuss violence and discrimination against women.
The survey shows women want legal rights; dispels notions that women believe tradition and culture should limit their participation in government.
This book is an impassioned case against the dominant Muslim view on the punishment for apostasy.
Iraqi women were long the most liberated in the Middle East. Occupation has confined them to their homes.
Iranian Nobel Peace prize laureate Shirin Ebadi has been summoned before a Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
Statement by the government in exile of Acheh.
The Canadian Council of Muslim Women (CCMW) expresses disappointment in Marion Boyd’s report on Ontario’s 1991 Arbitration Act - which the former NDP Government, with Ms. Boyd as a Cabinet minister made law.
Salma Sobhan never wanted to be an icon. In fact, she avoided stage lights, but ironically she has become a public figure and now, a year after she left us, she is remembered not only by family and friends, but nationally & internationally by many others.