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Journalism that propelled me into blogging ~ Dushiyanthini Kanagasabapathipillai

t was journalism that propelled me into blogging. I began to blog in 2005 after reporting on the tsunami and witnessing death and destruction in the North, East, and South of the country. … Read More»

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Women's issues are excluded during reconciliation and reconstruction processes

The theme for 2012 16 days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence is From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Let’s Challenge Militarism and End Violence Against Women! … Read More»

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South Asian women demand deepening democracy and human rights in the region

South Asian Women’s Day celebrates the voices of South Asian women, their rights and belief in peace, justice, human rights and democracy. … Read More»

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Offer: Call for Proposals: African Women's Fellowship Opportunity, with Akili Dada (Applications due 15 January 2013)

The Akili Dada Fellows program awards year-long, renewable fellowships to young women leaders engaged in social change projects of their design. … Read More»

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AFEDES: Grassroots Efforts of an Indigenous Women-led Organization to Stop Violence Against Women in Guatemala

My Story with Violence Against Women begins in a remote rural community in the state of Sacatepéquez, Guatemala, where I’m sitting in the house of María Jose, a 35-year-old single mother of two boys, … Read More»

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Private Grief

I have listened to and intervened in many cases involving Violence against women both at work and at home. … Read More»

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We Are Women

‘Being able to speak is my first success’ is one of the statement made by Srijana Karki, a woman working in dolakha district of Nepal for women rights and equality. … Read More»

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A Celebration of Women™

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'Between Speech and Breath' - by Shaheen Sultan Dhanji

My oil and charcoal painting 'Between Speech and Breath' is about boundaries faced by young girls and women living in patriarchal and parochial society filled with dark shadows of blood and death, st … Read More»

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