Raya al-Jadir is a journalist and researcher, who also runs a blog campaigning on disability and access issues.
Being a disabled Muslim woman may mean experiencing more discrimination and obstacles in your path but Sannah Hussain is changing and challenging the status quo of disabled females.
Book Club: Author and poet Ibrahim Nasrallah, winner of the 2018 International Prize for Arabic Fiction, talks more in-depth about his life and his writing.
In-depth: EmpowerGaza - a solar energy initiative by Palestinians for Palestinians - is restoring power to Gaza's stricken hospitals, writes Raya al-Jadir.
Society: Through art, film and education, Watanili is a grassroots initiative working to give traumatised Syrian children a dose of normal childhood, reports Raya AlJadir.
Seeking to inspire environmental movements to reform the current trajectory of Palestinian waste, and poor management of resources, Refutrees is a growing organisation.
Living with Muscular Dystrophy under siege in Gaza, Mohamed Dalo is fighting through his art, reports Raya al-Jadir.
In Arab society, where people with disabilities are hidden from view, stigmatised and denied work, a group of star bakers with Down's Syndrome have cooked up a recipe for success.
At a time when Sunni-Shia conflict rages throughout much of the Muslim world, British-Iraqi filmmaker Hoda Elsoudani's new film asks... why not both?
Generational identity and memories depend on shared experiences, such as shared cooking and shared meals - and now one new app is staking a place in cyberspace for Palestinian cuisine.