To support social justice and equality for Muslim women and transform their lives by debating, scrutinising, investigating and raising awareness of issues affecting them to influence practice, policy, legislation and attitudes.
Found: "endorsing Islamophobia" after posting an anti-Muslim article on Facebook. Bob Blackman, the MP for Harrow
Found: 2016) and within this a sharp increase of anti-Muslim, Islamophobic attacks. Evidence of this can be
3. Independent Members of Cross Government Anti-Muslim Hatred Working Group - written evidence
07/05/2019 - Inquiry: Islamophobia - Home Affairs Committee
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Found: - Independent Members of Cross Government Anti-Muslim Hatred Working GroupWritten submission from independent
Found: AVOWWritten submission from Advancing Voices of Women against Islamophobia(AVOW) (HCL0052) Introduction AVOW
Muslim and Christian marriage
1. Marriage and Religious Weddings
28/06/2021 - Lords Chamber
1: As the Muslim Women’s Advisory Council told me recently, although the plight of many Muslim women in this - Speech Link
2: being discussed here today, will safeguard migrant women and children, who are often particularly vulnerable - Speech Link
3: reverend Prelate is right that the position of migrant women and their children, in particular, is of real concern - Speech Link
2. Sharia Law: Marriages
23/10/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: published in February 2018, in order to protect Muslim women in Islamic marriages which are not civilly registered - Speech Link
2: issue, which causes so much suffering to so many Muslim women in this country. Is he aware that many noble - Speech Link
3: content with a situation where, under sharia courts, women are constantly discriminated against in terms both - Speech Link
3. Sharia Law Courts
02/05/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: relates to the prohibition of discrimination against women, and respect all procedural rights.”Secondly - Speech Link
2: councils are used voluntarily, particularly by women, many of whom would be subject to intense community - Speech Link
3: councils are used voluntarily, particularly by women, many of whom would be subject to intense community - Speech Link
20/12/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: communities. I might add that I am a patron of Muslim and non-Muslim organisations that work towards achieving - Speech Link
5. Islamophobia Awareness Month
24/11/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: hosted a drop-in event in collaboration with the Muslim Council of Britain and Amnesty International last - Speech Link
2: experience that many of us have heard about from our Muslim constituents. Does my hon. Friend agree that the - Speech Link
3: community. It highlights how effective the British Muslim community has been in tackling the climate crisis - Speech Link
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Naz Shah MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 8603.
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Faeeza Vaid, Muslim Women’s Network UK, The Warehouse, 54 – 57 Allison Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 5TH. Tel: 0121 236 9000
Muslim Women’s Network UK acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.mwnuk.co.uk/
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