KARAMAH hosts several events in the form of lectures, networking events, workshops, discussion circles and educational programs to facilitate the friendly exchange of ideas and further educate the public about Shari’ah in general and the rights afforded to women under Islam in particular. Please check back often to see upcoming events.
We are super excited to bring you the fourth year of Virtual LLSP. Please check back at a later time for updates on when we will begin accepting applications. In the meantime, feel free to explore the website for more information about the program.
Due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, this year's program is virtual and will allow both Muslim women and Muslim men to participate. The Virtual Law & Leadership Program ("VLLP") will be based on KARAMAH’s Law and Leadership Summer Program ("LLSP") which is only for Muslim Women. VLLP will provide participants with the fundamental understanding and essential skills needed to lead themselves, their peers, and the movements they are passionate about from a gender-equitable perspective
How We Deal with COVID, Social Injustice and Polarization?
Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. presented on a panel for World Interfaith Harmony Week on “How We Deal with COVID, Social Injustice and Polarization?
Religious Freedom Mobile Institute
KARAMAH co-sponsored this institute on “Reimagining Religious Freedom: Moving from Education to Advocacy.” Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. participated on a panel “Reframing Religious Freedom: Confronting Christian Nationalism.”
Let’s Talk About Religious Freedom
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. participated on the Sister Act podcast on Let’s Talk About Religious Freedom.
Exploring the Connection between Religion and Female Genital Cutting
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. participated on the webinar using our Debunking the Myth that Islam Requires FGM hosted by Sahiyo.
Afghanistan: A Rapid Response to the Recent U.S. Withdrawal and How You Can Help
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. moderated this panel as Vice Chair of the Religious Freedom Committee of the ABA Section of the Civil Rights and Social Justice.
Celebrating Juneteenth: Why Now? Presentation
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. presented on the current landscape including the new federal holiday for Juneteenth and its significance for American Muslims hosted by ADAMS Center.
Lawyers as Leaders: Managing NGOs
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. was on the panel hosted by National Association of Muslim Lawyers.
Role of Religion in Advancing Gender Equality
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. joined the Baha’i Office of Public Affairs for a panel discussion on how religious knowledge and grassroots experiences offer insights for furthering gender equality in transformative ways.
Herstory: The Role of Female Faith Leaders
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. presented on a panel on female faith leaders hosted by the Interfaith Coalition of Bowie.
United Nations, Committee on Status of Women – Using Religious Text and Tradition for Muslim Women
Executive Director Rahmah A. Abdulaleem, Esq. moderated a discussion on how patriarchy and cultural traditions would have you believe that the Islamic texts and the prophetic example are oppressive and harsh to Muslim women.