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News from Maslaha

by Nedjma Ouerdane

Three new interns have recently joined the team to work on Maslaha's up coming online exhibition on Women and Islam. Carrie Radnofsky, Aliyah Dunbar-Hussain and Nedjma Ouerdane will be working on a number of exciting projects to provide material for this.

The first will be an investigation into the influential roles Islamic women have had through time. The stories and achievements of a number of present and past inspirational Muslim female figures tend to be overlooked in society and this project aims to turn this around!

And on a more practical note, information geared to Muslim women in the UK such as useful contacts, resources and general advice will also be provided on the site.

There is a lot to come from Maslaha, so watch this space!

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