Stories about Women & Gender from June, 2023
"The freer we are as individuals, the freer we are as a people."
The path they've already made in their home city of Mariupol must be made again by building a new competitive team, step by step.
Low education about AI tech leads to ill-informed narratives about algorithmic bias
"Whether you need a little dose of queer feminist fire or seek a soundtrack for your own resistance, this playlist stands ready to uplift and speak truth to power."
Global Voices interviewed environmentalist Javed Hussain who received the prestigious ‘Gender Just Climate Solution Award’ for his work to secure the rights for women cotton pickers in Pakistan.
At least ten political activists left the embassy premises following the extraction of feminist activists and Hasanli.
Eight-year-old Danielle Rowe was taken from school by a stranger and later found with her throat slit. Her murder has Jamaicans, weary over the crime situation, demanding tangible protection measures.
Residents say the existing artificial lake, built in 2012, is used to dump toxic waste from the mine poisoning the drinking water with severe consequences on residents' health.
Despite the harsh interpretation of religion by Iranian authorities, there are those who contend that politicians within the religious institution manipulate religion to justify their actions or further their objectives.
Independent economists say under existing economic conditions and salaries, it is nearly impossible to support five children in Azerbaijan.
Advox research into internet access, shutdowns and interruptions is now in a report. Read an excerpt and download the full pdf.
Her work communicates the ongoing fight for equal rights in a country that can be described as a “gender-apartheid” state, despite the fact that a large number of its women are highly educated.
The DPP staffers’ statement pointed to a Netflix drama about sexual assault, and urged the party to stand with progressive values and stop playing ignoring sexual harassment.
In Spain, where the right has gained so much strength, and the far right is gaining power, Angüés differentiates itself with a horizontal and feminine form of government.
Dizdar's feminist speech did not sit well with supporters of the ruling government or its members.
In a world where sex work is often not recognized and is criminalized, the work of unions is imperative.