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· December, 2010

Stories about Women & Gender from December, 2010

Sudan: President Announces North Will Be Ruled By Islamic Law If South Separates

As the referendum on whether or not Southern Sudan will separate approaches, a few Sudanese bloggers have been busy commenting on the future prospects of their country. Recent comments made...

Pakistan: Speak Up, And Break The Silence

Guyana: Inner Beauty

Caucasus: The Year in Review

With 2011 nearly upon us, the year in new and social media in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia during 2010 was surprisingly positive. So, what did the past year hold in...

Pakistan: Protesting the (mis)handling of a Gang Rape Case

Puerto Rico: A Charming Podcast with Plenty of Bite

The members of the podcast Kitty Kitty Dinosaur come from all walks of life. The team tries to take some time off their busy schedules every two weeks or so...

Chile: Women in Chilean Politics

Cuba: Economic Crisis

Thailand: Addressing youth sexuality needs

Azerbaijan: Hijab ban

India: On Eve Teasing

Sudan: Low turnout for female voters

Azerbaijan: Hijab ban introduced in schools

Last week hundreds of protesters staged a demonstration in front of the Ministry of Education in Baku, Azerbaijan, expressing their outrage against new regulations banning the wearing of hijabs in...

Armenia: Smoking the Pipe of Peace

Azerbaijan: Looking in from the outside

For those living in a particular country, many things can sometimes be taken for granted. But when others from outside discover it for the first time, often experiencing new colors...

India: One Day Women Can Play and Dance

India Unheard shows us two different festivities in different areas of the country where married women from tribal communities can, for one day only, play and dance in public without...

Kenya: The case of Kenyan born with both male and female genitalia

Africa: Living in compromise

Bermuda: The Black Male Perspective

Africa: Struggling with being an African woman, a feminist and an African feminist

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