14 12, 2016

OVER 300 ABUSED WOMEN ISSUE STATEMENT AGAINST PARALLEL LEGAL SYSTEMS: WHO WILL LISTEN TO OUR VOICES?

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OVER 300 ABUSED WOMEN ISSUE STATEMENT AGAINST PARALLEL LEGAL SYSTEMS: WHO WILL LISTEN TO OUR VOICES? "We oppose any religious body – whether presided over by men or women – [...]

13 12, 2016

Devastating New Evidence on Sharia Courts

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Supplementary written evidence submitted by One Law for All RE: New Submission by Maryam Namazie to Home Affairs Select Committee Inquiry into Sharia Councils See Submission on Home Affairs Select [...]

22 11, 2016

Areas of concern regarding Home Affairs Select Committee on Sharia

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Written evidence submitted to Home Affairs Select Committee by Southall Black Sisters, the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation, Centre for Secular Space, One Law for All, British Muslims for [...]

3 11, 2016

Spokesperson Maryam Namazie wins 2016 International Secularism (Laicite) Prize

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Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain is pleased to announce that its spokesperson Maryam Namazie was awarded the 2016 International Secularism (Laicite) Prize from the Comité Laïcité République in Paris on [...]

31 10, 2016

Sharia Law and Access to Justice

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Dear Friend 7 November Public Seminar on "Sharia Law, Legal Pluralism and Access to Justice" You are invited to a public seminar on "Sharia Law, Legal Pluralism and Access to [...]

28 09, 2016

Sharia councils and parallel legal systems are abusive and discriminatory against women

By | September 28th, 2016|Press Releases, Spotlight|Comments Off on Sharia councils and parallel legal systems are abusive and discriminatory against women

Hello dear friend I wanted to write and give you an update of the work of One Law for All. Our new Spokesperson I'm really pleased to announce that Gina [...]

2 09, 2016

One Law for All boycotting “Independent Review” into Sharia

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Sharia Review Secretariat Dear Mona Siddqui RE: Independent Review into Sharia Law Thank you for your invitation to give evidence to  the Sharia review. We will not be able to [...]

26 07, 2016

Statement by Elham Manea regarding the UK government’s review of Sharia law in England and Wales.

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An unprecedented number of women’s rights campaigners and organisations from Britain and internationally recently submitted a letter to Theresa May, the then Home Secretary raising serious concerns about the government’s [...]

5 07, 2016

Help us get Elham Manea’s book on Women and Sharia Law to Every MP

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Elham Manea's new book "Women and Sharia Law: The Impact of Legal Pluralism in the UK" (I. B. Tauris, May 2016) provides considerable evidence to show how Sharia courts violate [...]

4 07, 2016

Personal Testimonies by Women on Inequities of Sharia Courts

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Updated 7 December 2016 The accommodation of arbitration systems to govern private and family matters had led, arguably, to the greatest human rights violations of minority women in the UK. Personal [...]