[empower] women’s activism

Tous les commentaires sur les événements actuels en Iran soulignent le rôle prépondérant joué par les femmes dans la quête de justice et de liberté.
Zhila Bani-Yaghoub and her spouse, Bahman Amouiee, are among the undersigned but have since been arrested and are currently among the detainees.
The state's duty to protect the right to life has been applied in a domestic violence context for the first time in Turkey.
The presence of Zahrad Rahnavard, the wife of Mir Hussein Moussavi, was a significant factor in the election, writes Janet Afary, author of “Sexual Politics in Modern Iran.”
Israeli Police and military brutalize peaceful international protesters of Israel's invasion of Gaza, illegal settlements and the apartheid wall at Netanyahu’s Speech.
Solidaritas Perempuan is coordinating the campaign "Stop Regional Policies that Discriminate and Criminalise Women" was launched on 28 April 2008, and is a 'sister campaign' to the Global Campaign to Stop Killing and Stoning Women.
An interview with Sharon Bhagwan Rolls of femLINKPACIFIC, a feminist communications organisation in Fiji.
The Iranian women’s movement, which in the past years has pursued various ways and means of voicing the demands of Iranian women, and actively sought to achieve these, is on the occasion of the tenth Iranian presidential elections forming a coalition.
Entretien avec Lina Abou Habib, Directrice exécutive de « Collective for Research and Training on Development – Action »
Sertaç Sehlikoğlu Karakaş, a Women Living Under Muslim Laws' networker, examines how Turkey's hybrid secular-Muslim identity has affected its commitment to empowering women.
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