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I am what I am

Under varying circumstances and prompted by differing events – my paternal uncles, my father’s two surviving brothers have affirmed my status as a rebel (read feminist). … Read More»

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Authentic gifts

Today, St. Valentine day, I did not receive nor gave gifts. I'm in romantic relation with no one, and this have saved me from the well engineered consumeristic frenzy of the last days. … Read More»

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Before I toe the line...I demand to know who drew it

Someone once asked whether I thought women could ‘ever’ be equal to men. … Read More»

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Need: TRAVEL GRANTS TO INDIA

I was selected alongside 23 participants to attend a training in India between May 3-May 28, 2009. The course is on GENDER, DIVERSITY AND TRANSFORMATION. … Read More»

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Important findings: Gender and Sexuality

Yesterday, I was documenting proceedings during a half day workshop aimed at assessing issues/problems to do with gender and sexuality in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. … Read More»

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Doing Business but Suffering in Silence

According to the World Health Organisation, gender-based violence is a major public health and human rights problem throughout the world. … Read More»

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Cambodia: Female Voices in the Blogosphere

http://globalvoicesonline.org/2009/12/23/cambodia-female-voices-in-the-b... … Read More»

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GENDER: "Truly Exciting If the U.S. Could Ratify CEDAW"

ROME, Nov 15 (IPS) - CEDAW or the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Violence Against Women (CEDAW) was adopted by the U.N. General Assembly in 1979. … Read More»

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GENDER: Laws, Budgets and Pigeonholes

Miren Gutierrez* interviews INÉS ALBERDI, executive director of UNIFEM Inés Alberdi: "CEDAW is the means by which governments (can) advance gender equality" Credit:U.N. … Read More»

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The Truth About Tsinelas

As a child back in the mid-80s, when there were only five channels to choose from, there were only few personages, including mascots to remember. … Read More»

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