Constant Israeli assaults have led Gazan women to be forced to reconsider motherhood, due to the tragic realisation that their offspring may not survive childbirth. This has led to the worsening of women's mental health in the embattled enclave.
Enas Kamal discusses Ridwa, a recent campaign highlighting how women's inheritance rights in Egypt are being withheld by patriarchal and repressive societal norms that refuse to acknowledge women's huge economic role in the country today.
With Afghanistan in a dire economic predicament, the Taliban have thus far failed to provide adequate solutions to shore up public services. This has meant that more and more Afghans now face poverty, destitution and illness as winter draws closer.
Lebanese women have been disproportionately affected by Lebanon's continued crises, none more so in terms of pregnancy and period products which have seen price hikes in recent months, affecting not only family planning, but women's mental health.
More armies in the Arab world are drafting women into their operational and strategic planning with Jordan and Algeria, particularly promising case studies. Yet structural and cultural challenges remain to reach gender equity in the armed forces.
Leaked documents proving systematic attempts to surveil the Uyghur people in Xinjiang are at risk of being wiped from public records, according to a new report. The need to publicise China's atrocities has therefore become ever more pressing.
Inundated by crises, many employees within Lebanon's medical industry are being forced to emigrate, or put up with dangerously deteriorating conditions. In a country previously lauded for its surgical facilities, this is a tragic decision to take.
Stuck in a malicious geo-political spider's web, thousands of migrants in Libya face indescribable conditions, with little hope for the future. The New Arab speaks with those on the ground to help expose their stories.
Azeem Rafiq's heroic whistleblowing at Yorkshire cricket club has unveiled an institutional legacy of xenophobia, Islamophobia, and anti-Asian prejudice. For some this may be shocking, for others, it is an unsurprising continuation of years gone by.