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· March, 2006

Stories about Women & Gender from March, 2006

Zimbabwe: Quality of sanitary towels

India: Ideas to campaign against street harassment

Indonesia: Warnings for Women

Dating the Diaspora

The Lebanese Bloggers this week. Pessimism and a sense of foreboding, but life goes on.

Last week, I wrote about how the Lebanese bloggers were not optimistic about the outcome from the National dialogue. As if they were sensing trouble, it happened: One of the...

Bolivia: International Women's Day

Mexico: Making Noise About Juarez

The Week That Was in Bahrain..

While Haitham Sabbah's pledge to add Palestine to Blogger, Yahoo and MSN has met with huge success, Mahmood continues to battle the demons with Mullas against a new Personal Law...

Zimbabwe: one in nine campaign

Slovenia: Playboy Billboards and A Wedding Destination

Nigeria: Vagina Monologues

Somalia: Waris Dirie – IWD

India: No women please

India: Carnival of Feminists

Pakistan: Celebrating Women's Day

¡Feliz Día de la Mujer!

You certainly don't need to speak Spanish to feel the raised hairs on your neck as you watch this moving video, edited by Argentine blogger Malearg, which recounts the progress...

Colombia: Trafficking of Women

Central & Eastern Europe: International Women's Day

March 8 has been an official day off in Russia and Ukraine, and here are some bloggers’ reactions to the holiday – in Russia and Ukraine, as well as elsewhere...

India: On Street Harrasment

Iran: Photos & Women's Day

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