If you have been following the news from Asia in the past few days, you may have heard of the latest act of violence against women that has horrified India: 2 teen age girls abducted, raped and then
Today, 9/11 chileans remember, some with joy, another with sorrow, the 40th anniversary of the military coup that devastated the Chilean society and subdued the people under the political and social
“She can’t be Sudanese!
So, for those of you who are following Women's issues discussions on twitter yesterday was the Tweetathon (is that even a word? Well, you get what I'm saying...) #RingtheBell and #NomeansNo.
In the recent security threats in Kenya dadaab, refugee’s women bear brunt of sexual violence,brutal attacks and murder. Every night more than ten women and girls were being gang rape by gun men.
Delhi gang rape is still fresh and protests are raging inferno in the streets of India with its supporters sans borders.
Not long ago I had a moment of revelation: Raw stories of sexual violence are immensely powerful.
Few things in Paraguay confer status like a membership card to "El Centenario," a sprawling country club located in the heart of one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Asunción.
Bride-trade…have you heard of it?
Think war, and the first thing that would come into the mind of a woman’s rights activist would be Sexual Violence. Doubtless, that war, conflict and all kinds of armed battle have horrible impacts.