Friday Links — December 12, 2008

  • At a get-together in Riyadh organized by the Hidayah Women’s Foundation, the head of HWF stated that “unearthing the skills and talents of the Muslim women and empowering them in the mainstream within the framework of Islamic principles, is the need of the hour.”
  • Malaysian women propose the creation of a bureau in the Malaysian government that will look after Muslim women’s welfare. More here.
  • The U.K. government sponsors an initiative that threatens those responsible for forced marriage with prison time.
  • French Elle chose Syria’s Asma al-Assad as the most stylish lady in international politics.
Thanks to Natasha for sending us this. You can find the contact info for the project at the webstite in the poster.

Thanks to Natasha for sending us this. You can find the contact info for the project at the webstite in the poster.

  • Indonesian domestic workers face abuse in other parts of Asia, too.
  • More on Saudi Arabia’s Rahma campaign, which highlights abuse of foreign workers.
  • The Independent reviews The Secret Life of Syrian Lingerie, which Yusra covered Wednesday. Via DeenPort.
  • In Nigeria, the Muslim Women Peace Forum group worries over the fate of women and children during the last crisis in Jos.
  • Speaking of collections, Muslim American designer Nzinga Knight will be having a cool presentation Thursday, December 18th. If you’re in the Brooklyn, New York area, hit her up! Information here.

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