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India: How I Use Cell Phones to Bridge the Gap for the Voiceless by Stella Paul, Chime For Change, December 17, 2013

Nigeria: Every Girl Needs a "Shero" by Vweta, Chime For Change, December 17, 2013

PAKISTAN: I Open Girls' Minds by Sister Zeph, Chime For Change, December 17, 2013

GLOBAL: Technology as a Tool for Liberaton by Ynanna Djehuty, Chime For Change, December 17, 2013

Global: Citizen Journalists Take the Lead on Gender Issues by Stella Paul, IPS News, December 17, 2013

GLOBAL: As a Black Feminist, I See How the Wider Movement Fails Women Like My Mother by Lola Okolosie, The Guardian, December 16, 2013

ZIMBABWE: Rise in GBV Cases Calls for Prompt Intervention The Chronicle, December 16, 2013

South Africa: Nelson Mandela Never Forgot Women in His Fight for Freedom by Karen Robertson, The Telegraph, December 6, 2013

Global: Women Rising by Shirin Ebadi, NY Times, December 2, 2013

Global: U.N. Women’s Rights Resolution Passed Despite Backlash AFP, December 2, 2013

GLOBAL: Why Rehabilitation is Vital for Survivors of Sexual Violence During Conflict by Sarah Degnan Kambou and Kristin Kalla , The Guardian, November 26, 2013

USA: Violence Against Women Act Goes Global by Nina Strochlic, The Daily Beast, November 21, 2013

Philippines: Changing the Story for Women by Musimbi Kanyoro and Sangeeta Chowdhry, Thomson Reuters Foundation, November 19, 2013

global: Speaking Up for Girls on World Toilet Day by Emma Pfister and Katja Neubauer, Women in the World, November 19, 2013

Global: Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka: Violence Against Women Is An Issue for Us All by Liz Ford, Guardian, November 13, 2013

EGYPT: Listed Worst Country for Women, Why? by Saif Eldin Hamdan, Aswat Masriya, November 12, 2013

Global: Women Gain as Gender Gap 'Narrows' BBC News, November 11, 2013

MOROCCO: New Draft Law Against Sexual Harassment Draws Praise From Media by Youssef Sourgo, Morocco World News, November 6, 2013

LEBANON: Kidnapped Teen Bride by Jamie Dettmer, The Daily Beast, November 6, 2013

CAMEROON: Girls ‘Have Chests Flattened Out’ to Disguise the Onset of Puberty by Emily Dugan, The Independent, November 6, 2013

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