Sharia in the UK
In the UK, Muslim Arbitration Tribunals, Sharia Councils and other bodies are using Sharia Law to settle disputes which involve issues such as domestic violence, forced marriage and divorce. IKWRO is concerned that some of these bodies discriminate against women and girls.
Law Society responds to women’s rights activists with apology and withdrawal of its endorsement of discriminatory Sharia law Diana Nammi, Executive Director of the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation […]
IKWRO are signatories to the following open letter: We write this open letter as a concerned group of organisations and individuals working on issues of gender equality and human rights […]
On Monday 28th April 2014, London, Diana Nammi, founder and Executive Director of the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO), a leading women’s rights charity representing thousands of Middle Eastern, […]
IKWRO were contributors of one section in the report ‘Multiculturalism and Child Protection in the UK‘ produced by the One Law for All campaign. ‘Sharia law is an issue of […]