Daily Links - 25 October

25 October 2005

HIV/AIDS is a threat to a country’s stability. The 17th slice of the Toolkit focuses on showing how women are twice victims of the disease and its social consequences (by IA and WWP).


Two of the founders of The Jerusalem Link, Terry Greenblatt and Maha Abu-Dayyeh Shamas talk about their project: an International Women's Committee on peace and justice in the Middle East. (zpluspartners.com, 09/09/05)


“Woman's Day Off: over 50,000 people congregate in Reykjavík Center” (icelandreview.com, 25/10/05)
Find out how the protest by women in Iceland went.

Here's why Iceland's women are trying to make a difference. (feministinn.is)


From our archive: “The Gap that Divides Us” (Emily Barroso, openDemocracy.net, 26/04/04)
Emily Barroso reflects on injustice through her life experience in Rhodesia and her enlightening travel to Burma

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