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Our Final AWID Forum Report Out: “There will be no future if it’s not feminist.”

During the third plenary of the 13th International AWID Forum, Co-Creating New Futures, Coumba Toure made a powerful statement: “There will be no future if it’s not feminist.” 

During the third plenary of the 13th International AWID Forum, Co-Creating New Futures, Coumba Toure made a powerful statement: “There will be no future if it’s not feminist.” 

It's time for women to stop being politely angry - Leymah Gbowee, Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Study: grassroots feminism is the best strategy for combating gendered violence

Ed. note: This post was originally published on the Community site.

A study commissioned by the World Bank and published in the American Political Science Review — conducted over four decades and in 70 countries — details the context of violence against women.

Ed. note: This post was originally published on the Community site.

A study commissioned by the World Bank and published in the American Political Science Review — conducted over four decades and in 70 countries — ...

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Quick Hit: Indian Feminists Respond to Porn Ban

Remember that time the Indian central government banned porn and then un-banned porn three days later after a massive online outcry  from everyone from feminists to random guys who like to jerk off a lot (actually, these two categories are not mutually exclusive)?
Remember that time the Indian central government banned porn and then un-banned porn three days later after a massive online outcry  from everyone from feminists to random guys who like to jerk off a lot (actually, these ...
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China, Previous Paradise for Perpetrators, Must Address Domestic Violence Better

Ed. note: This post was originally published on the Community site.

*Trigger warning: domestic violence and sexual assault*

The first rule of domestic violence in China is don’t talk about domestic violence in China. Victims face “fear and shame” when they speak out within”a culture that denies there is a problem,” as Kim Lee, an American advocate who was married to an abusive Chinese partner, told the New York Times.

Ed. note: This post was originally published on the Community site.

*Trigger warning: domestic violence and sexual assault*

The first rule of domestic violence in China is don’t talk about domestic violence in China. Victims face “fear and ...

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