Amal Awad’s book, Beyond Veiled Clichés, invites the wider community to listen to, and connect with, the voices of Arab women.
An accessible and vital account of how the extreme ideology of Salafi jihadism branched off from the peace and acceptance teachings of Islam.
How does it feel to seen as guilty of a crime even when you haven’t done anything wrong? Sydney student Omar Bensaidi writes about his experiences with racial profiling.
Jessica Yu speaks to Amena about her faith, mercy, and the representation of Muslim women in the media.
Don’t understand why Muslim women often choose to cover up? Silma Ihram seeks to set the record straight.
Yassir Morsi takes a look at the conversation surrounding Islamophobia.
Monique Hurley reflects on Australia’s silence following the Burmese Government’s expulsion of Doctors without Borders from Burma’s Rakhine state
No religious group in Australia has been subject to the level of vilification that Muslims have. Coming of Age: Growing Up Muslim in Australia offers a series of personal accounts that debunk the stereotypes, writes Sonia Nair.
Are you “Australian enough?” Fed up with that question, and what it implies, Yasmin Hassen writes an open letter to Australia.
Right Now kicked off the month of March with our sport and human rights theme. Paul Oliver explains how, contrary to what you might expect, sport and human rights are closely connected. He tells us why sport can be an effective tool to address discrimination, encourage respect, and promote social cohesion and equality. Marking Right […]