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My Voice is a Chance for Change

Back in USSR… I was born in the country which not exists anymore. … Read More»

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A Show of Our Own

I wish I could say this journal entry is going to, once and for all, put to rest old issues, but it’s not. … Read More»

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Returning my Nationality to You

Come to think of it ultimately - my (your) nationality is just an empty shell i used to think – i need to belong to. But, and since – you (us) do not (can not) ever – see me – … Read More»

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Introducing myself and my journal

About Me: Transnational second generation Feminist, bibliophile, over-thinker, social individual and little black dress collector. … Read More»

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woman | wake up | raise your voice | reclaim your spaces

woman wake up stand up straight unbending raise your voice dream the impossible don't listen to them who tell you to sit quietly the corner is not your place reclaim your space … Read More»

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I’m a woman and I get to choose

“Wars are fought over a woman’s body.” That’s something our culture study professor explained to us sometime back. She was talking about gender issues, riots and war. … Read More»

Neema's picture

The Spark of Activism

The following is a letter to a group of emerging world leaders who are following and supporting us in Congo, organized as Spark540. … Read More»

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calling things by their names

The first step: calling things by their names. … Read More»

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Offer: CREA's Feminist Leadership, Movement Building and Rights Institute - Nepal, Kathmandu (training programme 28 January - 1 February 2013)

The Feminist Leadership, Movement Building, and Rights Institute is an annual five-day residential training programme designed by CREA. … Read More»

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Unpacking Feminist Ways of Leadership

“For every great feminist leader we can think of from anywhere in the world, past and present has one thing in common: she led by challenging and disturbing the status quo.” Srilatha Batliwala,2012 … Read More»

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