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Eve Dugdale
Eve Dugdale

Eve Dugdale is a British freelance journalist and mum of one with over 12 years' newspaper and online experience in both the UK and UAE. From court reporter in Manchester, UK to Deputy Features Editor at 7DAYS, Dubai, these days she manages her passion for writing between changing nappies and singing nursery rhymes.

Free to travel, but do you still want to?

There are people who refuse to travel to certain countries because of decisions made by rulers generations earlier. Whether it’s historical human rights abuses or incidents of citizens being...

Europe’s hijab ruling: Why it’s not easy being told what to wear

It’s not easy being told what to wear. Children often struggle with their school uniforms and likewise, when adults are given dress codes they often try to break the rules and personalise their...

Growing up in the West as a minority, who were your childhood TV ‘super’ heroes?

Who were your heroes when you were growing up? I’m not talking about your big sister or that muscly uncle who lifted weights and always had the best trainers. I mean those on the TV. Do you...

Something good on TV

Being insulted or hearing people talk badly about you or your way of life is always difficult to take. Luckily, as adults, we learn to dismiss the opinions of people who don’t know us. We see...

UK mosques find a holy good way to benefit the community

Just two weeks ago, mosques around the UK opened their doors and invited members of the community to come inside to find out more about what happens and hopefully bust some myths surrounding Islam....

Welcome inside: Mosques across the UK opening their doors to all

It was the third annual Visit My Mosque day which was set up by the Muslim Council of Britain ...

School dinners: The debate over pork-free alternatives for Muslim kids in Europe

Some children at a school in western France aren’t being given a chance to clear their plates....

Meet the British man correcting stories about Muslims

Versi believes these mistakes have become all too common and says they can create tension in communities....