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Guardians of the forests

Guardians of the forests

Earlier this month, over 120 world leaders gathered in Glasgow, Scotland, to attend the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) which Prince Charles described as “the last chance saloon” to save the world from runaway climate change.

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Advancing gender equality in Africa

Advancing gender equality in Africa

Gender equality has been thoroughly misconstrued in Africa. However, it should be clarified that gender equality does not undermine one gender and make the other weaker. Rather, it denotes that there should be equal opportunities for men and women and sex should not be a prerequisite for who should qualify for opportunities.

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The Commonwealth: Trade and Unity

The Commonwealth: Trade and Unity

The modern Commonwealth is an association of nations which’s shared values unite 2.5 billion people in 54 countries. Through its branches all over the world, the Royal Commonwealth Society tries to harness this soft power.

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In conversation with Dr Muhammad Tahir Mansoori

In conversation with Dr Muhammad Tahir Mansoori

Dr Mansoori is a well-known and highly respected scholar within the community of Islamic scholars in Pakistan. He is currently serving as a Resident Shari’ah Board member for the Pakistani commercial and retail bank, Askari Bank Ltd., and also as a Shari’ah Advisory...

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How does Sharia banking work?

How does Sharia banking work?

The Commonwealth’s Muslim caucus is over 730,000,000 strong, around 40% of the world’s Muslim population – here’s an overview as to how Sharia banking works! The Commonwealth is projected to have a Muslim population of nearly 900 million by 2030 and Islamic Finance...

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