Category Archives: Book of the Month

There is a Moral Case for Abortion- A new book A new perspective!

“Access to abortion is an integral part of women’s reproductive health care and women have the ethical right to receive this along with other supportive services”- Ann Furedi Abortion has historically been a contentious issue on several grounds including moral, … Continue reading

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Book of the Month: Lessons in Forgetting

Anita Nair never fails to deliver when it comes to the causes she selects. In Lessons in Forgetting, she does just this. A book that looks at the many layers of society, the many nuanced perspectives that go into the … Continue reading

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Book of the Month: The Imam’s Daughter

When you begin reading The Imam’s Daughter, truly, you’ll come to understand that nothing could have prepared you for the book and everything it contains within. The story of Hannah Shah, a Pakistani who lives in London, the tale is … Continue reading

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Book Review: Not without my Daughter

‘You are here for the rest of your life. Do you understand? You are not leaving Iran. You are here until you die.‘ Imagine if these shocking lines were thrown at you: how would you take it? For Betty Mahmoody, … Continue reading

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Book Review: In the Land of Invisible Women

Dr. Qanta Ahmed’s book, In the Land of Invisible Women, shakes you up in ways that you can never imagine. One often hears of multiple pieces of rhetoric that stems from the Middle East on the prevalence of patriarchy: it … Continue reading

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