The name was originally the title of a season two episode of Parks & Recreation.
The Muslim Sisterhood project celebrates Muslim women in London in all their diverse, confident and extremely cool glory.
The E5 Bakehouse in Hackney is helping refugee women ease their way into UK life by teaching them about different aspects of baking.
The 35-year-old has firmly established herself in the sport in her country, and she now wants to use her position to inspire other women.
The 16-year-old was crowned best debater at the prestigious Eton Autumn Invitational after she defeated 200 competitors - most of them from private schools.
The Hijabi Monologues repositions the narrative surrounding hijabis, who are the most talked about symbol of Islam and yet the most voiceless.
Dana Hussain competed in the 100m sprint at the 2008 Beijing Olympics for Iraq, the only Iraqi athlete who had actually trained in the war torn country.
Asli joined the Somali Air Force in 1976. She is the first female pilot in the SAF, she is also thought to be the first female pilot in an African military.
Edited by Sabeena Akhtar, Cut From the Same Cloth will give a voice to hijabis who are often the subject of discussions led by everyone except hijabis.
Noor Inayat Khan was an Indian Muslim of noble heritage, who was posthumously awarded the George Cross due to her heroics as an allied spy during WWII.
We’re highlighting the efforts of 3 Muslim women who are working to improve the lives of their fellow sisters through activism, education and social media.
#MuslimWomensDay took place on 27 March. The campaign was launched by the website Muslim Girl to celebrate the achievements of all Muslim ladies out there.
In the build up to International Women’s Day, #DearSister started trending as Muslim women described the unreasonable expectations they’ve had to deal with.
Everyone’s starting to go nuts about Generation M. But who are these mysterious one-initialled creatures?