Qandeel Baloch’s murder fuelled the debate over women’s sexuality, their lives, and their deaths. Her ‘honour’ killing could bring about changes in Pakistan’s legal structure.
The top contenders for the UN Secretary-General role have all made promises on gender parity. But what are their records? And given that only one is a woman, is the race for the first female SG over?
Annabel Abbs' debut novel explores the life of Lucia Joyce - daughter of James - whose desire for an independent life is denied, much like those of Zelda Fitzgerald and Vivienne Eliot.
On the last day of the AWID International Forum in Brazil, more than two thousand women came together to help imagine a feminist future.
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o mundo estão a repensar as suas estratégias e a fortalecer a colaboração entre
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Tax havens and international trade deals are feminist issues. At this year’s AWID conference in Brazil, activists from across the globe are discussing strategies for engaging with these systems.
For feminist activists, burnout is the norm. How can we best preserve collective wellbeing while practicing security in the digital world?
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