Al Jazeera profiles Tuareg singer Fatimata Oumarr.
Christian and Muslim girls from northern Nigeria talk about the risks they face in attending school.
A Uyghur woman living in the United States pays tribute to her father, who is currently imprisoned in China.
Syria Deeply interviews a Damascus woman who runs an orphanage about the increasing number of children orphaned and abandoned because of the war in Syria.
A new IRIN short film called The Sins of the Fathers features the work of a shelter for abused women in Afghanistan.
Qantara.de reviews the new CD “Soutak” by Sahrawi singer Aziza Brahim.
Headscarf bans prevent some Tajik women and girls from enrolling in university.
A sensationalist campaign ad for a Czech candidate for the European Parliament features the candidate wearing a chador and warning about the dangers of the “Islamization of Europe.”
Xinjiang police open fire at a Uyghur protest against restrictions on “Islamic dress”; people fear some protesters have been killed.
The Islamophobia Studies Journal is seeking academic articles for an upcoming issue on Islamophobia, gender, sexuality, and racism.