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Amaliah.com is dedicated to amplifying the voices of Muslim women. Through articlesvideospodcasts, our social channels, events and a community of over 300 contributors, our work seeks to surface the many different voices and experiences within our communities.

We believe that a media company that centres the voices of Muslim women is a powerful tool for cultural change. Our work has been celebrated in Forbes, The Telegraph, CNN and The Guardian to name a few.

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It has never been more important for Muslim women to be heard; Amaliah is here to surface the many different voices of Muslim women across our 7 categories; Identity, Relationships, Soul, Fashion, World, Beauty & Lifestyle.


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You can send ideas and pitches for our categories Relationships, World, Identity, Lifestyle, Soul, Fashion or Beauty. Find out more on amaliah.com/contribute

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Work with us on engaging with our audiences through creative and thought-provoking content or book us for a talk. Find out more on insights.amaliah.com

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