In this article Antalya Popatia sheds light on Molly Bobak and Elsie MacGill two Canadian women that contributed to WW2.
Seventeen years after the conception of UNSCR 1325, we evaluate its impact.
Canada’s proposing new chapters for NAFTA re-negotiation talks that are some of the most socially ambitious yet.
Helin Alcinkaya explores what the American Health Care Act will mean for women, and low-income demographics in America.
The market for skin lightening products is growing in India, promising to elevate the social and economic status of women who use them. While marketed as socially responsible products, their effectiveness is questionable.
In light of the world-wide Women’s Marches, Stephanie Oldfield discusses how women’s advocacy has developed in the wake of Trumpism.
Ever thought about a career in Intelligence Analysis? Sha Lalapet gives us a sneak peak in a podcast interview with Senior Intelligence Analyst Neil Hauer
How does limited access to feminine hygiene products affect women in developing countries? Catherine Gao makes the case that access to feminine hygiene products should always be included in aid.
As part of #16days campaign against gender-based violence, Sha Lalapet delves into the plight of Yazidi women under ISIS and the sexual violence that was used against them as a weapon of war.
In her article for the #16 day challenge, Charlotte Le Vay explores the discrepancy between women’s social equality and women’s representation in the political sphere in Rwanda.