Hey Global Feminists!
Here are a list of links about what other global feminists were up to this past week. We also want to know: What have you been reading/writing this week? Don’t forget to spread your own link love in the comments!
- Unlocking the puzzle: HIV in East Africa (femonomics)
- A New Publication: ActionAid: “Her Stories, Leurs Histoires” (in English and French) (Action Aid) Highly recommended.
- Young Visionaries Project: Women’s Health Clinic in Rural Nepal (Akimbo)
- Turning The Wheel Of Interfaith Dialogue In India (Counter Currents)
- Old Bombs Shatter Laotian Women’s Lives (Women’s eNews) “War-era ordnance kills and maims hundreds of Laotian villagers each year. Eighty-five percent of victims are men, leaving numerous women to fend for their families.”
- Not All Working Women Are Equal (IPS)
- Why we lack a Julia Gillard in Britain (NewStatesman) “Australia could have a female prime minister by the end of August. So, what’s stopping women reaching the top table again over here?”
- State of the (Superhero) Nation: Faiza Hussein in British Comics (Muslimah Media Watch)
- Argentina: Guarantee Women’s Access to Health Care (Human Rights Watch)
- Can Soccer Reduce Brazil’s Domestic Violence? (Ms. Magazine)
- Nothing is worse for a Saudi man than imagining himself a woman (Saudiwoman’s Weblog)
- Israel: Jewish Women Take On the Orthodox (AWID)
- America has a Nativism problem, not a “Muslim Problem” (Sepia Mutiny)
- Fighting for Prison Health Care Above the Norm (The Body) “On June 10, 1993, I was released from Albion State Correctional Facility for Women. “91G1505,” as I had been called for the last three years of my life, was no longer property of the State of New York…. During my incarceration, I was a victim of medical neglect due to policy and procedures.
- Of opprobrium and cavemen: slightly updated (Hugo Schwyzer) “At the Good Men Project site, there’s a lot of affirmation of the good that men do, and that’s fine. We all need reminders of our essential decency. But where I think Tom and I disagree is about the nature of masculinity itself.”
- Five days, done and dusted. Reflections on a 93p/day diet (Musings of an Inappropriate Woman)
- International Indigenous Women’s Environmental and Reproductive Health Symposium Declaration (INCITE! Blog)
- New Blog I’m digging: The Feminist Poster Project “This website archives and shares feminist posters, postcards and stickers for you to print and paste. It offers a space for inspiration and a network for feminist poster artists.”
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