Musawah Knowledge Building Briefs provide you with an accessible understanding of key concepts and ideas related to the muslim legal tradition and family laws.
Musawah's Islam & Gender Equality and Justice (I-nGEJ, pronounced 'I engage') Course contributes to shaping a public discourse that recognises equality and justice for Muslim women.
We are pleased to announce the release of the website featuring the final report that sheds light on how qiwamah-and wilayah-based norms and practices shape contemporary women's experiences.

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  • It is a tool designed to help activists, human rights experts, and policy makers access resources from the academic and policy arenas.

  • Musawah Knowledge Building Briefs provide you with an accessible understanding of key concepts and ideas related to the Muslim legal tradition and family laws.
     

  • The Musawah Vision for the Family proposes a model of Muslim family relations that upholds equality and justice for all family members and promotes the well-being of families and society.

  • For the upcoming 68th CEDAW Session that will take place from 23 October to 17 November 2017, Musawah has submitted thematic reports on Article 16 (marriage and family) for Singapore, Kenya, Kuwait and Oman.

     

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