Discover the little-known story of the Muslim munshi whose rise through the ranks rattled the British Royal Household.
The majesty of southern Spain is testament to a history peppered with cultural and religious differences. Today, those are celebrated as part of its beauty.
What role can films play in the struggle for women’s rights? Arwa Aburawa sits down with Haifaa Al Mansour, the first female Saudi filmmaker.
Lured by its thriving street art scene, yummy array of food and world famous historical sites, Arwa Aburawa immerses herself in the German capital.
Women the world over are picking up their placards like never before and saying ‘enough’ to street harassment, sexual assault and rape. Arwa Aburawa speaks to Egyptian and Indian campaigners working to end sexual harassment in their cities.
In the fight against floods and droughts, people are discovering that age-old techniques have their place in a world of extreme weather conditions.
What glides along swiftly and silently while creating commotion and confusion? In some Muslim-majority countries, a woman on a bicycle, writes Arwa Aburawa.
Once busy interviewing rock stars and musicians, she now works to promote the universal and peaceful message of Islam. Kristiane Backer discusses the twists and turns on her path to the faith.
Examining the modern state of adoption and fostering in Muslim communities in the UK, Arwa Aburawa speaks to two mothers who have done it all.
The latest apparel factory disaster casts the spotlight on not only corporate social responsibility but also the end users: us.
Examining an iconic figure of Palestinian liberation: What makes a young woman choose the path of violent political action?
The kingdom's very own feminist icon talks about life as a working mother and the many misconceptions surrounding the place she calls home.