Our new editorial project Religion Gender Politics provides a forum for dialogue and debate about the impact on women's human rights of the global resurgence of religion in public life. Here are just some of the articles we have published previously on openDemocracy on these issues.
- It all began on March 8th: feminism and fatwas (Podcast)
- Syrian Women's Rights: "the fight does not stop here" (Podcast)
- Enough: ending private justice and violence against women (Podcast)
- The forward march of women halted?
- Do women and girls have human rights?
- Gender in Afghanistan: pragmatic activism
- Sharia: practice of faith, politics of modernity
- Musawah: there cannot be justice without equality
- Religion in Britain in the Blair era
- Iranian women and the Islamic Republic
- Women and religion in Bangladesh: new paths
- Ugandan gays and Muslim women:a common struggle to redefine family
- Multicultural citizenship and the anti-sharia storm
- CEDAW: the women formula
- Making women work for development - again
- Holding up half the sky: not for ourselves alone
- Home truths in the Muslim family
- Last but not least: CEDAW and family law
- Making human rights for women a reality
- Rowan Williams and sharia law
- The politics of social justice: religion versus human rights
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