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The Hunting Ground (2015)

The Hunting Ground (2015)

This movie exposes the epidemic of sexual assaults that is going on on college campuses across the country.  It examines dozens of cases trying to understand the institutional cover-ups that continue to obstruct the due process of so many assault survivors. 42 more words

College Rape

On Internalized Misogyny

Do you remember the first time you resented being a girl? I do.

Up until 7th grade I was hyper-feminine. I wore almost exclusively dresses, stockings, and dress shoes until then. 616 more words

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Gender Violence and Violation of Human Rights: A Study of Select Nigerian Home Movies

Author: Aniagboso Doris Ogonna
Department: Theartre Arts
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

Gender violence and human rights violations are phenomena that have enveloped humanity and have continued to eat deep into the fabric of our society, yet people do not seem to recognise this fact. 233 more words

Faculty Of Arts

Brian Khoza releases a surprise anti-abuse poetry e-book for his birthday

South African Hip Hop Award (SAHHA) winning rapper, author and former columnist Brian Khoza is using his passion for writing to fight against gender violence. The collection of love poems he wrote to love interests over a decade ago will only be available on the internet and is called Smiling After Lost Love (Poems from my teens and early twenties). 147 more words

Teen Girls Create Apps To Tackle Gender Violence, Clean Water Access In India Slum

Exciting! Dharavi Diary, started by filmmaker Nawneet Ranjan, teaches girls in Mumbai’s Dharavi slum how to code. The girls then develop apps that address issues their families and neighbors face, such as violence against women or access to clean water. 23 more words

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Violence against Women in Ukraine: Documentary

https://ia601509.us.archive.org/17/items/ViolenceAgainstWomenUkraine/FULL_Violence%20Against%20Women%20Ukraine.mp3

Click HERE to download the audio.

Ukraine is the largest country located within Europe, known as a breadbasket of the continent, its beautiful nature, distinct folk dancing, and the hospitability of those inhabiting it. 256 more words

Human Rights

Mexico City’s Women-only metro carriages: should it be a long-term strategy?

Oscar Wong
Global Leadership Initiative Fellow
Department of Urban Studies and Planning
The University of Sheffield

When Jeremy Corbyn suggested reserving carriages for women in the London Underground, there was a… 570 more words