IN THE NEWS
Maslaha's work has been featured in a range of national, regional and international media outlets including NBC, Reuters, Buzzfeed, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, ITV, British Muslim TV, Channel 4 and the BBC.
The Maslaha team has diverse experience of media appearances in broadcast news, as well as radio. Members of the team have been guests on radio shows including BBC Radio 4's Today, BBC Radio 2's 'Good Morning Sunday' and BBC Asian network. We welcome requests to comment on issues linked to the areas we work in, as well as general social issues and inequalities in the UK.
Members of the Maslaha team regularly present at conferences and we are open to requests relevant to our work. We have recently spoken at conferences including: the annual Clinks conference, Eudaimonia and the School of Life YMCA conference, Even's Foundation 'Conflict Matters', the Good Pitch in Stockholm and the Southbank Centre's 'Being A Man' and 'Women Of the World' festivals.
MASLAHA IN THE NEWS
'Why was I asked to condemn Islamist violence days after Christchurch?'
Microfinance can drive growth but hurdles remain
Maslaha Workshop for Medical Students: Practical implications of working with diverse communities
Prevent strategy 'sowing mistrust and fear in Muslim communities'
MUSLIM GIRLS FENCE
'Muslim Girls Fence - a visual essay celebrating the girls of Maslaha'
'Muslim Girls Fence: The Teenagers Being Equipped With Tools to Express Themselves on Their Own Terms'
Moment of Reflection with Latifa Akay
Muslim Girls Fence on Reuters TV
'How fencing is empowering young Muslim women to smash stereotypes'
'Muslim girls fence against Islamophobia in the UK'
Muslim pupils challenging stereotypes with new fencing project
Kapow! Meet the Muslim schoolgirls taking back power through fencing
'These zine-making girls are battling expectations and refusing to be spoken for'
'Why muslim girls in the UK are turning to fencing'
The Muslim Girls Fence Project
'HOW DO WE TACKLE THE ROOT CAUSES OF OFFENDING AMONG YOUNG MUSLIMS?"
Muslim Ex-Prisoners Say Guards Called Them Terrorists And They Shaved Off Beards 'For Shorter Sentences'
'Understanding the ‘complete’ patient: faith and mental health'
'One of every 20 Britons of Pakistani origin suffers from hepatitis: NGO'
'Faith gave my family comfort over my depression, but I needed medical help'
'Newham’s Pakistani community urged to learn about ‘silent’ epidemic'
A sense of public ownership is vital to tackling health inequalities in migrant and minority communities
'‘Silent epidemic’ of hepatitis B and C amongst British Pakistanis'
Maslaha on Mental Health TV
THE BOOK OF TRAVELS
Rules to fight extremism ‘creating fear among teachers and pupils’
Book of Travels: How the Ottomans shaped London
I CAN BE SHE
'Role models for Muslim women'
'Islam and feminism: A battle of viewpoints'
Muslim women role models sought for London art project
'Bid to boost feminism among Muslim women'
'Musulmane velate e femministe?'
British Muslim pioneers look to join feminist debate
'Big Bang; The return of Rev; Islamic feminism'
'I Can Be She' aims to highlight inspiring women