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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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The Land, Their Food, Our Plight.

Rural African women are expected to feed the family but culturally denied the right to own land. Even the ownership and use of land is a gendered phenomenon. … Read More»

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