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She cursed him.


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The first week of June was “Gender Week” at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. More than 120 participants representing NATO nations, military and civilian organizations, and NATO partners examined and discussed the findings of a report called… 496 more words

Gender Equality

Life's Little Mementoes, I Chilled Out in The Bay

Life in an instant, gave me a dosage of: You are going to grow up very quick, orphaned brown-skin at the beginning of the summer. My world is up close and very personal, an open book without covers. 81 more words

Confessions Of A Writer

Egypt: UN Women Take Anti-Sexual Harassment Campaigning to Cairo's Tuktuk Drivers

By Omnia Talal Originally posted on AllAfrica

Tuktuk driver Mohamed Shaaban was contacted by a civil society organisation, offering him a chance to participate in a workshop for tuktuk drivers. 358 more words


A voice for the voiceless

When I first came across this poster I was struck by its creativity and impact. The voices of many women globally continue to be left unheard while others decide their lifestyle and futures. 83 more words

Gambia: Women With Disabilities Sensitized On Gender-Based Violence

By Fatou Jallow originally posted on AllAfrica

The Network against Gender-Based Violence (NGBV) with the support of Action Aid International The Gambia on Friday held a daylong sensitization of women with disabilities on violence against women.  318 more words


Stop telling me it's refreshing, because it's not!

England Lionesses’ World Cup campaign came to what can only be described as an unfortunate end in the early hours of July 2nd, after a last minute horror own goal sent the surprise package of the tournament packing just moments before extra time was set to begin. 886 more words