interview

  • Taking Your Power Back Through Self Care

    Taking Your Power Back Through Self Care

    This article was previously published in Ananke’s special edition: Emirati Women’s Day and can be viewed here. The beauty of self-love is Salama’s story. Finding self-love can be a long and winding road, which is something Salama Mohamed knows all too well. Today the UN High Profile Ambassador considers...
  • Enabling Pakistani Women in Ecommerce

    Enabling Pakistani Women in Ecommerce

    The number of Internet users in Pakistan has increased by 11 million between 2019 and 2020 states the Digital 2020: Pakistan report by Simon Kemp. With 76.38 million Internet users in Pakistan by January 2020, the digital landscape promises immense economic potential. And it certainly is not rocket science...
  • Tete-a-tete with Karen Osman

    Sabin Muzaffar interviews Karen Osman about the launch of her thrilling second novel The Home and her journey as an author....
  • On Broaching Creativity, Awakenings & Empowerment

    Shandana Minhas – I remember a vibrant young woman who I had the privilege of working with perhaps eons ago… or so it seems. Walking down memory lane, I remember immediately hitting it off… chatting with her was always a masterclass in learning. Her charm and exuberance so infectious...
  • Special Interview: Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women – Women’s Economic Empowerment Global Summit

    In the wake of the upcoming Women’s Economic Empowerment Global Summit (WEEGS) to be held on 4th and 5th of December at Expo Centre Sharjah, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director, UN Women, talks about the partnership with NAMA Women Advancement Establishment and the expected major outcomes of the much awaited...
  • Powering Women in Leadership in the UAE

    Tell us about yourself – your professional journey leading up to Naseba and this groundbreaking Women In Leadership (WIL) forum. I studied ancient history and art history at the university and originally wanted to be an archaeologist. But life had other ideas for me and my professional journey began...
  • Anne’s green thumb and FEED

    We all know that growing up in a highly traditional society makes it tough for some women to “break the mold” so to speak, as social mores dictate that women be submissive and focus their attention on domestic matters over which they are expected to reign supreme. But there...
  • Rise of the Phoenix

    I recently launched my newest website, Linda Skarrup Healing Arts, formerly known as Windhorse Consulting, both evolved from Therapeutic Movement, which was the name of my business for fifteen years. All three entities held a common vision: that of helping others heal from a wide range of traumas, injuries...
  • Activating Confidence in Girls

    Tell us what Pad-a-Dada Initiative is all about. Dada is a Swahili word for sister. It is an initiative that helps girls stay in school by donating sanitary towels to those who can’t afford to buy them. We also donate pads to women who live on the streets. Our...
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