In this article, Mary David-Decker explores a few of the different roles women are able to occupy when exposed to the violence and loss caused by the persistent presence of terrorist activities in their communities.
With the Global Gag Rule back into effect, international NGOs who provide healthcare services to some of the poorest women in the world now face a funding crisis.
On January 3 2016, Revolting, a BBC 2 sketch-comedy show, released an online skit called, “The Real Housewives of ISIS.” The skit introduces four wives of ISIS fighters, fulfilling their duty as “average” housewives. One scene shows two women awkwardly wearing the same suicide vest. Another depicts a woman chained to her oven, excited […]
In the context of our 16days movie-night and discussion at NAOC on December 8 2016, Mégane Visette highlights important facts about Afghan women through this handy infographic.
Eimi Harris discusses efforts by women in Afghanistan to play a role in continued peace talks and why the Afghan government should act on its commitment to include women in the negotiations.
Bonnie Butlin, winner of Professional Magazine’s – 2015 Women in Security Award, challenges a male-dominated field, akin to Suffragettes before her.