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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.

COLUMNISTS
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.

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From Dubai to disaster zone: One woman’s Indonesia earthquake story

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

A woman who moved to Indonesia after spending most of her life in the Middle East has found herself ...

Meet the Muslim taking part in South Africa’s ‘beauty, brains, purpose contest’

Sunday, 12 August 2018

A Muslim beauty queen says she is using her fame to “expose her faith” and help society ...

Mom diaries: Survival of the second kid and how to look after yourself

Saturday, 30 June 2018

There are times when I feel like I’m a good mom. Then there are the other 362 days of the year ...

How Saudi women driving has changed gender discourse in the West

Wednesday, 20 June 2018

Just recently an American website described how westerners often discussed women’s rights in ...

How 30 days of good deeds for Ramadan can make a lasting impact

Sunday, 03 June 2018

I’ve always understood Ramadan to be a time when Muslim families come together to fast, offer ...

How to be an active example to your kids

Saturday, 26 May 2018

Eating your dinner while sitting on the sofa, you pull up a blanket and change the channel on the ...

Showing off on social media – is it arrogance or confidence?

Monday, 30 April 2018

Have you ever heard of the term “humble-brag?” I must admit, it’s new to me. ...

‘Punish a Muslim Day:’ Here’s what happened during the call for mass violence

Wednesday, 04 April 2018

Keep calm and carry on has been a popular phrase in Britain since 1939.The government came up with ...

Survey finds parents of toddlers are ‘the happiest of all,’ but is that true?

Saturday, 31 March 2018

Lifting my head off the pillow to yell: “Go back to sleep, it’s not morning yet,” ...

Should teachers be allowed to tell ‘police’ your kids’ lunchboxes?

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Should teachers be allowed to influence the diet of the children in their care? It’s a ...

How World Hijab Day divided opinion in the West over religious freedoms

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

“Muslim women, along with followers of many other religions, choose to wear the hijab. Many ...

Was Amena Khan right to quit L’Oreal after anti-Israel tweets resurfaced?

Thursday, 25 January 2018

When British blogger Amena Khan became the only hijab-wearing model to front L’Oreal’s ...

Understanding the fashion statement called ‘modesty’

Tuesday, 16 January 2018

When it comes to fashion, there’s only a few things that offend me. Fur, slave wages and poor ...

Parenting debate: Is there anything wrong with dads bathing their daughters?

Tuesday, 09 January 2018

After a long day in the office, I must admit I love getting home to find my partner and toddler ...

Death threats over a Christmas tree: British boxer Amir Khan faces online wrath

Saturday, 23 December 2017

One thing I really loved about growing up was my mother trying to help me experience as much of the ...

Christmas tradition with a twist: ‘The Great Muslim Panto’ debuts in Britain

Monday, 18 December 2017

One of my earliest childhood memories is attending a pantomime with my grandmother. A real Christmas ...

Playground politics 101: Should moms be making school friends too?

Monday, 11 December 2017

Skidding into the soft play center car park, I sigh with relief that I’m only five minutes ...

What does the poppy mean to Muslims in the UK?

Monday, 13 November 2017

Having a poppy pinned to my coat and wearing it with pride is something I can remember doing as long ...

Smacking children: Why is the debate in the spotlight again?

Sunday, 12 November 2017

Most of us want to teach our children that violence is never the answer; that resorting to ...

Do we need to brown the face of a white woman to highlight prejudice in the UK?

Saturday, 28 October 2017

They say that if you want to understand a person you should walk a mile in their shoes. And I ...

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