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by JASS on November 11, 2014 on 4:10 am

Written by Pin Marin

I have long dreamed of living in a “prosperous” Cambodia – where everyone contributes to the country’s development, where women and men are active and equal participants, and where we finally attain peace and justice.

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by Dudziro Nhengu on November 11, 2014 on 4:03 am

In the wake of Katswe Sistahood's miniskirt march in October, Dudziro Nhengu challenges Zimbabwean women's movements to think out of the box to address the gap between progressive national laws and women's enjoyment of their rights in their every-day lives.

by Natalia Escruceria Reyes on September 4, 2014 on 3:39 pm

This. This interview pulled at almost every one of my emotions—laughter, confusion, anger, frustration, and sadness BUT, it missed happiness. Watch the video, but if you can’t now here is a quick synopsis, although I guarantee you will want to watch it by the time you finish reading this blog just to see if they really said that.

by Yit Sophorn on July 30, 2014 on 12:46 pm

I got married at the height of the Cambodian peace rallies last year. During this time, the women’s groups in the peace rallies formed a volunteer paramedic team and I immediately joined. But, this decision became our first marital argument.

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by JASS on June 12, 2014 on 5:57 am

Fungai Machirori questions how women's rights and solidarity efforts can be authentic in a world that often seems more concerned with the next big 'hashtag' movement.

by Niken Lestari on May 23, 2014 on 1:04 am

Niken Lestari of Forum Aktivis Perempuan Muda – Indonesia (FAMM-Indonesia) examines the cultural expectations in Indonesia and how she was inspired to appreciate and assert who she is through her childhood friend Dede and her transsexual friend Ajeng.

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