Society, Culture, and Security

The Real Housewives of ISIS: An Actual Online Threat

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 Read More…

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Making Improvements to Women’s Rights In Canada and Abroad.

Delegates gathered in Brazil at the 13th Association for Women’s Rights in Development International Forum to discuss contemporary domestic and international challenges facing women’s right. Delegates and representatives called upon government leaders for urgent action.

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The Suffragette Effect: Bonnie “the Trailblazer” Butlin

Bonnie Butlin, winner of Professional Magazine’s – 2015 Women in Security Award, challenges a male-dominated field, akin to Suffragettes before her.

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Sustainable, Local and Multidimensional: Development and Security in Southern Africa

Victoria talks with Sindy Zemura-Woodward, who works with the Southern Africa Embrace Foundation, about the intersection between international development, security and women’s rights.