We discussed key issues in marriage and divorce faced by Muslim women under discriminatory Muslim family laws of their respective countries, as well as the experiences and strategies of activists in reforming these laws and practices. Speakers also discussed taking the piecemeal reform approach and pushing for reform of either one or few of the issues, or a holistic and comprehensive reform, or codification of the Muslim family law, that would impact multiple marriage and divorce related matters. The four speakers are: Ayesha Royker from South Africa, Ermiza Tegal from Sri Lanka, Rozana Isa from Malaysia, and Noorjehan Safia Niaz from India. The event was moderated by Humay Abdulghafoor from Maldives and Hyshyama Hamin from Musawah.