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Muslim Women and the Media Training Institute Resources for Journalists

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Muslim Women and the Media Training Institute Resources for Journalists





  • The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) has created a new task force to develop tools to help journalists covering Muslim/Muslim American communities and current changes to U.S. immigration policies.



  • Muslimedia: The Society of Professional Journalists will visit your town and co-host a blunt debate about the way journalists cover Muslims at home and abroad. And we’ll do it in a mosque with a free halal lunch.










  • Tikkun: Tikkun brings together progressive Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Wiccan, secular humanist, and agnostic/atheist voices to talk about social transformation and strategies for political and economic democratization.






  • The European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed): Think tank on Mediterranean relations based in Barcelona


  • LALLAB, challenging Muslim Women’s narratives – Online magazine and association whose aim is to make the voices of Muslim women hear.


  • The Muslim Think Tanks (TMTT): A non-profit organization that provides spaces for exchange on issues related to Islam and Muslims


  • Women Sense Tour – In Muslim Countries? A personal project initiated by Sarah Zouak, 25 years old, wishing to meet, support and (re)value the image of Muslm women as agents of change in favour of the empowerment of women and girls.


Muslim Women and the Media Training Institute Media Outlets by Category 

  • Newspapers:
  • Al-Anwar
  • The Daily Star
  • Asharq Al-Awsat
  • Arab Times
  • Kuwait News Agency
  • Kuwait Times
  • Al-Manar
  • The New York Times
  • USA Today
  • The Washington Post
  • Wall Street Journal
  • LA Times
  • New York Daily News
  • New York Post
  • Boston Globe
  • The Guardian
  • The Muslim Link Newspaper
  • Freelance Markets for Muslim Writers:

  • Journals:
  • Sociology of Islam
  • European Association for Middle Eastern Studies
  • Arab Thought Forum
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • The Middle East Journal
  • Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies
  • Middle East Policy
  • Middle East Forum
  • Middle East Critique
  • Middle Eastern Studies
  • Digest of Middle East Studies
  • Anthropology of the Middle East
  • Middle East Review of International Affairs
  • Contemporary Review of the Middle East
  • Blogs:
  • List of top journalism blogs for earlier career journalists 
  • The Muslimah Bloggers
  • The Muslim Girl
  • The Islamic Monthly
  • Audio/Visual:
  • Humans of New York
  • Arts:
  • Muslimedia
  • Global Fund for Women
  • Centers/Organizations:
  • Islamophobia Studies Center
  • Institute for Social Policy and Understanding
  • H-Levant/H-Net
  • Euro-Islam: An active network of researchers and scholars who conduct comparative research on Islam and Muslims in Europe and the USA and disseminate key information to politicians, media, and the public.
  • Women’s Media Center
  • Center for Feminist Foreign Policy
  • The Observatory
  • Islamophobia Network
  • The International Association of Religion Journalists: Sharia
  • The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies
  • Middle East Research and Information Project
  • Institute for Middle East Understanding
  • The Middle East Institute
  • Arab Reform Initiative
  • Women’s Learning Partnership
  • KHOL: A Journal for Body and Gender Research
  • Ikhtyar: An open space for people interested in discussing Gender issues, and in documenting/developing a gender knowledge in Arabic.
  • Jadaliyya: A group of feminists from a few countries in the Middle East, getting together to create a regional feminist alliance.
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