Young southeast Asian Muslim women are more religious yet more progressive

With the resurgence of public piety, more and more Muslims are aware of the need to balance being religious and being modern,” Eva Nisa, a lecturer in religious studies at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, told the Innovation Group. “For them, these are not opposed.” Her research specialties include Muslim youth in Malaysia and Indonesia. Continue reading

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