Discover Muslim women, past and present, making a difference both locally and globally.
Nusayba bint Ka'b al-Ansariyah was one of the first advocates for the rights of Muslim women and a brave and admired warrior.
Umm Salamah was a woman of knowledge and bravery, her counsel on religious issues was sought by men and women alike.
Meet Bushra, Najia and Nazmin, the creators of GemPower - a new program for young women in Islington.
Noori is coordinator of Young Muslim Voices and part of Islington Council's umbrella youth participation project Listen Up
Pinky Lilani OBE is an entrepreneur, author, food guru and inspirational speaker.
Razia focusses her legal expertise on furthering human rights.
Buthainah is a basketball player and a financial analyst in Saudi Arabia
Khola is an Islamic scholar and consultant
From writing the first UK policy report on British Muslim women and the labour market to setting up the UN Office in Darfur
Rabia is a senior systemic psychotherapist who specialises in working with South Asian and Muslim clients.
Veteran teacher Rukhsana Yaqoob is the President of the Muslim Teacher's Association
Bushra Nazir CBE is a headteacherand has been called 'one of the most inspiration educators in the UK today'.
Afghanistan's only female athlete in the London 2012 Olympics describes her experiences as a 100m competitor.
Faezeh Hashemi is a pioneer of women's sport, and President of the Islamic Federation for Women's Sport.
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