Invisible Eve – Giving women a voice in society through the Arts

‘Yousef’s work is inspired by his own life experience of being unable to speak until he was given a camera by his father. ‘Of Palestinian origin…he grew up exposed to images of war and violence. He needed a voice to express his inner turbulence, and photography gave him that voice.’ An article for JAN TrustContinue reading “Invisible Eve – Giving women a voice in society through the Arts”

Is the fashion industry evolving with the inclusion of its first Hijabi model?

‘Often our viewpoint is given by those outside of the group and associated with negative connotations or images of oppression. The spending power of young Muslim women is beginning to start a trickle of representation, but we aren’t anywhere near mainstream markets for fashion, books or films.’ Tribune republishes Shereen Malherbe’s article on H&M’s firstContinue reading “Is the fashion industry evolving with the inclusion of its first Hijabi model?”

Why British MP’s defending Muslim women do more harm than good.

‘Now needs to be the time when media outlets are called to account for negative, misrepresentative stereotypes that are impacting on the increasing abuse of a group in society, a group Baroness Cox says she is trying to protect.’  Source Article by Shereen Malherbe for Muslimah Media Watch

Is H&M’s first Muslim model a positive move into the mainstream?

‘Often our viewpoint is given by those outside of the group and associated with negative connotations or images of oppression. The spending power of young Muslim women is beginning to start a trickle of representation, but we aren’t anywhere near mainstream markets for fashion, books or films.’ An article for Muslimah Media Watch by ShereenContinue reading “Is H&M’s first Muslim model a positive move into the mainstream?”

An interview with Shereen Malherbe by Gemma Peplow

Shereen Malherbe talks to Leicester’s More Magazine’s, Gemma Peplow. From the Corporate World of Canary Wharf to Family Life in the U.A.EFrom the corporate world of Canary Wharf to raising a family in the United Arab Emirates – aspiring author Shereen Malherbe explains why she’s left it all behind