Rabina Khan is a Liberal Democrat Councillor and Special Advisor, she writes opinion pieces for various papers and regularly appears in the media. Her book My Hair Is Pink Under This Veil was recently published by BiteBack publishers.
British Airways has added the hijab to its uniform options as part of a complete relaunch of its staff clothing in 2023, with some hoping that this is a step in the right direction to inclusiveness for Muslim women.
A worrisome winter combination of a cost-of-living crisis with ongoing social uncertainty has forced many British women to stay with their abusers. With support networks struggling to identify or fund programmes, safe spaces for women are shrinking.
Away from COP27 and grandiose headlines from heads of state, the world's most vulnerable are sinking deeper into the depths of the climate crisis. More than a billion live in areas of high water vulnerability, with collective action a far cry away.
Vulnerable demographics will be the first to experience the knock-on effects of the climate crisis, none more so than children. With environmental factors responsible for the deaths of 1.7 million children under 5, the need to act now is paramount.
Liberal Democrat Councillor Rabina Khan discusses why white feminism is leaving Black, Asian and ethnic minority women out of the conversation and why the voices of women of colour need to be included in the feminist debate.