Category: Gender

The Challenges of Working (and Living) with Sexual and Gender-Based Violence 0

The Challenges of Working (and Living) with Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

Article published first at Women Deliver Blog. You could be in Brazil, the United States, the Maldives, Thailand, France, Jordan, or, in my case right now, Kenya and talk to someone about their experiences...

Women Deliver, but we can deliver more for all women 0

Women Deliver, but we can deliver more for all women

Conference Graphic via Women Deliver From May 16-19, Copenhagen held the largest conference on sexual and reproductive health rights and the advancement of the rights for women and girls in the last decade. Women...

Never Again Again 0

Never Again Again

Illustration by Erin McPhee Content warning: this post discusses sexual violence. This platform intends to create safe spaces, so we want people to engage with the subject matter without unintentionally exposing you to anything...

The “Spring” of Women’s Movements in Brazil 0

The “Spring” of Women’s Movements in Brazil

This was originally posted in Shameless Magazine. Image Courtesy of Agência Brasil Fotografias If you are following the latest political news from Brazil you may have noticed that women are taking the frontlines of...

The campaign “16 days of action against Gender-Based violence” is arriving and you can be part of it! 0

The campaign “16 days of action against Gender-Based violence” is arriving and you can be part of it!

Letter of CWGL for all of those who want to be part of the campaign: Dear Activist, In these turbulent times, the global theme of the 16 Days Campaign, “From Peace in the Home...

Let’s make it count 0

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 – it is paramount...

Let’s Lean In on the “Lean In” wave 0

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. It has reached a...

The importance of “Yes”! 0

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. Reinforcing that...