• JOIN OUR WHATSAPP GROUP FOR BREAKING NEWS UPDATES TO YOUR PHONE

    ANNISAA WhatsApp Group – Hello to all those who have been asking us to create a WhatsApp group for this website. Good news to you… We have created ANNISAA WhatsApp Group to enable you to chat directly with ANNISAA without agents, share our news, transforming information, networking, and activities which will be helpful for all […]

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  • 8 IMPORTANT QUOTES FROM CANADIAN WOMEN IN POLITICS

    We look back to some of Canada’s formative female political leaders and activists for the wisdom they shared then, and which still applies today. “We must open the doors and we must see to it they remain open, so that others can pass through.” Rosemary Brown, politician, activist, and Canada’s first black female member of […]

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  • FACING MY FEAR: HOW TO SEE CHALLENGE AS OPPORTUNITY

    “Facing my fears and embracing myself as I am in the present – flaws and all – allowed me to become a stronger, wiser, and more productive person.”   By Dina Osman*   At the age of 29, I had a massive stroke and fell into a coma. After emergency brain surgery, I awoke to […]

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  • THE CHALLENGE OF IDENTIFYING PRIVILEGE

    By Nadia Sayeh, Founder & Executive Director, ANNISAA Organization of Canada Are you privileged? It’s a question I don’t think we ask ourselves often enough. And when we do, I don’t think we always answer it honestly. Or maybe “knowingly” is the more appropriate term. In the same way that unconscious bias impacts how we […]

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  • IS THERE A RECIPE FOR HAVING IT ALL?

    “The measure of success is more valid when it originates from within you, rather than when it is determined by external factors beyond your control.” By Nadia Sayeh As a Muslim female executive, I think a lot about the future, the goals I want to achieve in business, in my personal life and the contribution […]

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  • TAKING THE LEAP

    Nadia is a passionate champion for empowering Muslim women and Muslim women, with nearly 10 years of experience as a leader in the non-profit sector. She is the Founder and Executive Director of ANNISAA Organization of Canada, a grassroots national non-profit organization working to make this the best place in the world for Muslim women […]

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  • HOW TO MAKE FOOD WORK FOR YOU: PLANNING & EATING FOR OPTIMAL WORK PERFORMANCE

    Whether dealing with the daily demands of your job or looking to make a big move up the ladder, you’ll be better equipped to meet any challenge that comes your way when you’re at your optimal health. That’s why we work to provide tips and advice that will help you achieve health and balance in […]

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  • What does it take to be a leader?

    Yesterday I had the distinct pleasure of being the opening keynote speaker at the International Women’s Day celebrations in Cambridge. I was asked to share my story and talk about the ways women lead. Starting my talk with a photo of myself at three, wearing my kilt, like the good Scottish lassie that I was, I […]

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  • Welcome to the ANNISAA’s blog!

    Over the last few years, we have noticed a shift in the way that our supporters are reaching out to us to learn more about the issues facing Muslim women in Canada. While previously, it was through workshops, events, and conversations, more and more, we are getting emails and requests for information that can be […]

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  • Introducing Our New Women’s Health Conference Logo

    ANNISAA is ready to reveal the Women’s Health Conference new look! Our team have successfully re-created and updated The Women’s Health Conference logo! You will now start to see our new modern and sleek look to represent how we have evolved throughout the times. We have come a long way from where we first started […]

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