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Borgen Magazine: Q&A with Natasha Leite

SEATTLE — Natasha Leite has nine years of experience working as a governance expert in Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia. … Read More»

On writing my first book...

There are few things scarier than starting your own project. Most of my work has been with Arms control in developing countries; so scary is not really something I use lightly. … Read More»

Let’s make it count!

In the midst of two major discussions on how development will be shaped in the coming years- the International Conference on Population and Development Beyond 2014 and the post-2015 development agenda … Read More»

Let’s Lean In on the “Lean In” wave

“Lean In” has become one of the most important pieces of writing of the last 5 years of the challenges for women in the workforce in intermediate to mid-level positions. … Read More»

Interview with World Pulse

The “Peacemakers series” on Beyond Violence brings us personalities or movements that have inspired the non-violent movement or have inspired us in our pursuit for non-violence and a more inclusive ap … Read More»

“The private is political!”

Every time I come back here I seem to be back to apologizing for not coming back enough. I blame being in England for so long, it has made me terribly apologetic. … Read More»

The importance of "Yes"!

So, for those of you who are following Women's issues discussions on twitter yesterday was the Tweetathon (is that even a word? Well, you get what I'm saying...) #RingtheBell and #NomeansNo. … Read More»

Mindless ramblings

I seem to keep apologising to no one the fact that I don't write more often. Which I always plan to, but never seem to get around to. Well, don't let me off the hook. … Read More»

The (unsexy) issue of data

When one talks about gender and security, people usually think of gender-based violence, feminicide or resolution 1325. We think of this problem with massive proportions. … Read More»

What it means to have a female president

For the first time in the history of Brazil we have elected a female president. What does that mean? … Read More»

The tales of being a Woman

Once upon a time, there was a little girl. … Read More»

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