Young Feminists In The Caribbean "Catch A Fyah"
Tonya Haynes spoke with AWID about a recent "Catch a Fyah" convening she organized of young feminists from different countries, religious backgrounds and ethnicities in the Caribbean.
A Fifth UN World Conference On Women In 2015? Learn More And Share Your Opinion!
A discussion about the implications of the proposed UN Fifth World Conference on Women in 2015 is urgently needed among feminists and women's rights activists from all regions of the world.
Will Saudis be "skunks at Olympic garden party"?
They will if they don't get serious about letting women take part in sports, says Human Rights Watch
Caribbean: need for a gender focus in climate change policy
Women, especially at the community level, tend to head up the networks trained in disaster evacuation and contingency plans
Testimonies of Sexual Assaults in Egypts Tahrir Square
Today, Mohamed Mursi was sworn in as Egypt's first civilian and freely elected president, reaping the fruits of last year's revolt against Hosni Mubarak. Will this mean a halt to the repeated episodes of sexual assaults which have plagued women in and around Cairo's Tahrir Square?