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· November, 2006

Stories about Women & Gender from November, 2006

Kurdistance: It's Quiet Out Here

One of the hardest things about reporting on various blogospheres is the natural ebb and flow of people's writings. The past two weeks in the Kurdish blogosphere have been strangely...

Egypt: The Right to Love

Cayman Islands, SVG: Sexual harrassment

Trinidad & Tobago: Violence against women

China: open against hidden shamelessness

Armenia: Women in Action

Barbados: Machismo and domestic violence against men

The Week That Was in Bahrain

More than 300,000 Bahrainis went to the polls on Saturday to elect 40 Municipal Councillors and another 40 Members of Parliament. This is the second time Bahrainis vote in their...

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwean film-maker wins first prize

Iran:Iranian Women Go to the Sea

India: The NRI Marriage and Dowry

India: Karva Chauth, women and their husbands

Egypt: Cairo's women speak out against violence

In the run-up to the annual global campaign for 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence, Egypt's First Lady, Suzanne Mubarak, addressing a meeting of the Arab Women's Organisation, issued...

Pakistan: Women from Islamabad

Latin America: Blogómana

South Korea: too young

Bahamas: Police brutalise woman

Lebanon: Campaigns, Politics and Photos

A wide variety of topics were highlighted in the Lebanese blogosphere this week. There are campaigns against sectarianism, child abuse and AIDS as well as minorities speaking out. There are...

Pakistan: Blog-o-success

As part of my extremely philanthropic nature, (which not only parallels but also surpasses the likes of George Soros, Warran Buffet and Bill Gates some say) I have decided to...

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