Topic: international feminism


Still from Casablanca Calling, showing a Morchidat teaching a class of students

DOXA Festival Ticket Giveaway: Casablanca Calling

by Jarrah Hodge Rosa Rogers’ new documentary Casablanca Calling takes viewers to mosques, schools and prisons across Morocco, where a “quiet revolution” is occurring as ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Rosa Rogers’ new documentary Casablanca Calling takes viewers to mosques, schools and ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge Rosa Rogers’ new documentary Casablanca Calling takes viewers to mosques, schools and prisons across Morocco, where a ... [ more ]

Sister: An Unflinching Look at Maternal Health Worldwide

by Roxanna Bennett “Pregnancy is a normal physiological event,” states Goitom Berhane, a health officer in residency at a rural hospital in Ethiopia. “This ... [ more ]

by Roxanna Bennett “Pregnancy is a normal physiological event,” states Goitom Berhane, a health ... [ more ]

by Roxanna Bennett “Pregnancy is a normal physiological event,” states Goitom Berhane, a health officer in residency at a ... [ more ]

No More Child Brides

by Matilda Branson (Trigger warning: discussion of child sexual abuse) When I was eight years old, I had three main interests in life: Building ... [ more ]

by Matilda Branson (Trigger warning: discussion of child sexual abuse) When I was eight ... [ more ]

by Matilda Branson (Trigger warning: discussion of child sexual abuse) When I was eight years old, I had three ... [ more ]

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FFFF: It’s Your Fault!

  Bollywood actor Kalki Koechlin and video jockey/model Juhi Pande star in this movie by Indian comedy collective All-India Backchod (backtalk), using satire to critique victim-blaming, rape ... [ more ]

  Bollywood actor Kalki Koechlin and video jockey/model Juhi Pande star in this movie by Indian comedy ... [ more ]

  Bollywood actor Kalki Koechlin and video jockey/model Juhi Pande star in this movie by Indian comedy collective All-India Backchod (backtalk), using ... [ more ]

The Revolution in the Square and at Home: The Continuing Struggle of Women in Egypt

by Nina Verfaillie In the two years since the onset of the Egyptian Revolution we have witnessed the struggle of Egyptian women as they ... [ more ]

by Nina Verfaillie In the two years since the onset of the Egyptian Revolution ... [ more ]

by Nina Verfaillie In the two years since the onset of the Egyptian Revolution we have witnessed the struggle ... [ more ]

Global Lessons from the UN Study on Violence Against Women in Asia

by Jarrah Hodge A new study on violence against women in Southeast Asian countries, by UN Joint Programme Partners for Prevention, is making headlines ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge A new study on violence against women in Southeast Asian countries, ... [ more ]

by Jarrah Hodge A new study on violence against women in Southeast Asian countries, by UN Joint Programme Partners ... [ more ]