Muslim Women's Forum

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Muslim Women's Forum (MWF) is a non-profit organization that works mainly in India. It was founded in 2000. Its goals are to improve the empowerment, inclusion, and education of Muslim women, including legal education. It has organized public hearings on socio-economic realities and violations, debates on personal laws. It has lobbied with various Muslim Law Boards and conducted seminars on Muslim women's livelihood opportunities, among others. The MWF tends to bring many different kinds of people together in the same place where they can see that the same issues are important to all of them. It has a non-confrontational approach to critical issues that need long-term solutions. The MWF has partnered with various organizations across India and abroad.


Muslim Women's Forum was founded by Dr. Syeda Hameed in 2000.[1]


  1. Hameed, Syeda. "Syeda Saiyidain Hameed, Member Profile". Planning Comission.

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