This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #breakthebias. Here are women who broke the bias and shattered the glass ceiling.
Maliha Abidi, a Pakistani-American artist, sheds light on the strength, bravery and determination of Sudanese refugee women.
As part of the International Women’s Day 2021 celebrations, I attended the Chartered Governance Institute’s discussion on gender equality and representation of women in some
Singalilwe Chilemba wanted to join a book club in Lilongwe, Malawi back in 2016, but couldn’t find one. She decided to start her own.
Stay tuned this week as we bring you uplifting stories of inspirational women that have shared their interpretations of #ChoosetoChallenge.
Join a series of webinars looking at feminism in global disarmament, asking the women at the heart of it about their experiences.
This blog was originally posted on the SCRAP Weapons website. Bougainville, the main island of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville of Papua New Guinea has
Patriarchal history has named and categorised women in various ways. One such categorisation is ‘Asati’, which means one who is not a ‘Sati’. According to
“This is about women. Nigerian women and how their stories have historically been forgotten and how this one will be hard to forget.”
“From the reactions Meghan Markle has received, it is clear that we still live in an inherently sexist society.”
New measures are being taken in The Gambia to empower women in households.
The Sister Library is a safe space bringing together ‘books of, for and by women’.
A SOAS student recounts an engaging and informative week at the conference in Geneva.
We need transnational justice to secure the rights of Venezuelan women.
We need to address the root of the problem, not just the symptoms.
How women in Colombia are finding their own way towards peace.
The film industry needs to acknowledge that there’s more than one route to happiness.
Women’s sexuality is a closely controlled issue in patriarchal societies.
There have been calls for Apple and Google to pull the app from their stores.
The Netflix adaptation shows an alternative view of feminine power.
From the suffragettes and yarnbombing to competing for space on London Underground – the history of women’s protest is diverse and beautiful
Language, context and positionality
It’s #womenshealthyweightday and these SOASians have some thoughts…
Anthropologist Emma Crewe finds out what is like to be an MP in Ethiopia