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Localising UNSCR 2250: Lessons from the Kampala Youth Seminar

By Lindsay McClain Opiyo, Development and Partnerships Specialist at Generations For Peace

Last November, I had the pleasure of participating in the World Federation of United Nations Associations’ (WFUNA) “ 1,447 more words


Post 1 of #GPC@25: Cities as catalysts of gendered social change? by Dr Alice Evans

Welcome to the first post in our new blog series called GPC@25; a special series of blogs that will be posted throughout 2018 to mark Gender, Place and Culture turning 25 and to celebrate the development and scholarship of feminist geography. 896 more words


Soil science. A man’s world?

I am a female soil scientist (a soil ecologist, more specifically). And while traditionally the field of soil science has been dominated by men, I’d like to think that women are catching up. 1,539 more words


meristemjourneys reblogged this on Meristem Journeys and commented:

This piece was written by Franciska de Vries, owner of Frantecologist. I think this is a very enlightening and well-written piece, one that really highlights the gender problem we have in science. I am a fellow soil/plant scientist (PhD student), and it concerns me that in the next few years it could be hard for me to pursue an academic career or even gain momentum to get to the top of my field (be that academia or industry). We cannot let this problem just be swept under the rug; we need to keep talking about it, and making a big deal out of it. Read on, soldier on, and let's fight for science equality.

Buona Notte

Link to account of Aziz Ansari’s sexual misconduct HERE.

Link to response statement from Aziz Ansari HERE.

There is always something to be said for communication. 1,806 more words

Sexual Harassment

What change?

“On a micro and macro level, bad leadership gives birth to two individuals; imitators or dissenters. Both with a deeply seated weariness of leadership (good or bad), unable to trust themselves or endure the reformative abilities of good leadership.”  901 more words

Reflective Write Ups

Gender Equality :- Don't misuse the slogan 

It was an early summer morning in Delhi .

Two ladies in their mid-20s hurriedly entered a delhi metro on the blue line as and when the automated gates of the metro were about to close. 191 more words


Child- a Bliss.

Hello Krafters !!

“Hours of pain inside a room, Hours of anxiety outside the same room, Hours of fear around the room; Having a Child is a bliss- a boy or a girl”- KraftingThoughts… 461 more words