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Tep Vanny: The Woman from Village Number 22

by Michelle Tolson –Cambodia– “The way [Cambodian] women demonstrate is not physical. They use their voices. It is a collection of voices to spread awareness. For […]

Activism, Business & Economy, Cambodia, Feature Articles, Land Rights, Politics & Democracy, Women Activists

Paying Homage to Women’s Roles in Peace and Disarmament

by Binalakshmi Nepram Mentschel – India – Our world is hovering at the edge of an abyss, driven there by man’s unreason. One crisis is cresting […]

Disarmament, Feature Articles, Gender Equality, Politics & Democracy, The World, Women Activists, Women's Rights

Child Rights Activist Betty Makoni “Lights Up the Dark” for Abused and Disadvantaged Young Girls

by Constance Manika – Zimbabwe – “The stories we listened to made us bleed inside, the genital wounds we later had to help nurse evoked us, […]

Africa, Children's Rights, Feature Articles, Politics & Democracy, Rape, Sexual Violence, Teaching & Learning, Women Activists, Women's Rights, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s Homemakers Make Political Waves

by Sharon Njobo – Zimbabwe – Sibongile Ncube wakes up earlier than usual today. She has a busy day ahead of her. This 35 year-old mother […]

Activism, Africa, Business & Economy, Feature Articles, Politics & Democracy, Poverty, Social Justice, Women Activists, Zimbabwe