News

20/1/2005
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.
19/1/2005
Iran's hard-line judiciary has made a rare admission of error over a case involving Nobel laureate Shirin Ebadi.
18/1/2005
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.
17/1/2005
The survey shows women want legal rights; dispels notions that women believe tradition and culture should limit their participation in government.
14/1/2005
This book is an impassioned case against the dominant Muslim view on the punishment for apostasy.
13/1/2005
Iraqi women were long the most liberated in the Middle East. Occupation has confined them to their homes.
13/1/2005
Iranian Nobel Peace prize laureate Shirin Ebadi has been summoned before a Revolutionary Court in Tehran.
12/1/2005
Statement by the government in exile of Acheh.
11/1/2005
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.
10/1/2005
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.