MSA vs Arabic dialect: Which should you learn?

So you’ve decided to give learning Arabic a go (great decision, by the way!), but now you’re realising that it’s not quite that simple… While Arabic is spoken across the Middle East and North Africa from Western Sahara to Oman, each country has its own dialect and these can differ significantly from country to country … Continue reading MSA vs Arabic dialect: Which should you learn?

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The Best Cities to Study Arabic in the Middle East: Beirut

Have YOU always thought about studying Arabic in the Middle East but never known where to go or how to start? Well, worry no more because Pink Jinn is going to break it down for you, city by city. We’ve created this clear, honest guide based on our own experiences to show you the good, … Continue reading The Best Cities to Study Arabic in the Middle East: Beirut

Breaking barriers and challenging social norms: Menstrual health and education in Tanzania

Education: The chance to gain an understanding of the world; the opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge on which to build a career; a fundamental human right, taken for granted by those who enjoy its benefits. It is not news to anyone that education is one of the most fundamental areas of inequality worldwide. … Continue reading Breaking barriers and challenging social norms: Menstrual health and education in Tanzania

5 Women You Need to Know About on #InternationalWomensDay

In honour of International Women's Day, we have put together a list of five women from different fields who have inspired us this year, and who you need to know about! Elizabeth Nyamayaro (Activism) In September of 2014 UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson delivered a speech on behalf of the HeForShe campaign. Watson's speech went … Continue reading 5 Women You Need to Know About on #InternationalWomensDay

Queen Rania of Jordan: A Beacon of Cultural Change in the Middle East

Harpers and Queen named her the most beautiful first lady in 2011, while Hello Magazine called her a “true woman of the new millennium”. Strikingly beautiful, unveiled and unusually outspoken, Queen Rania of Jordan positively defies orientalist Western stereotypes of Arab women. Few royals could match her devotion to her family, her country, and to … Continue reading Queen Rania of Jordan: A Beacon of Cultural Change in the Middle East