Hey Global Feminists!
Below are a list of links to blog posts and news stories about what other global feminists have been up to this past week. But we also want to know: what have you been reading/writing this week? Share your own link love in the comments!
- The real reason African patriarchs have a problem with African feminism (MsAfropolitan)
- Equality Still Out of Reach for Algerian Women (AWID)
- Morocco outraged over suicide of girl who was forced to marry her rapist (Washington Post)
- PHILIPPINES: Lack of services fuels teen pregnancy (IRIN)
- No Country for Rape Victims – “I look at women who choose to testify against rapists with wonder all the time, simply because we all know that once they admit to having been raped, they will be violated repeatedly by the police, the lawyers and the media.” (WIP)
- What Innovations Are Helping HIV+ Women in the Dominican Republic? (RH Reality Check)
- Fatal Consequences: Women, Abortion, and Power in Latin America (IPPF Western Hemisphere Region)
- “Pssst. I own you.” (WomenSpeak)
- Lebanon: Stop Abuse of Domestic Workers (HRW)
- On Mother’s Day 2012: Calling on Saudi Men to Advocate for Saudi Women’s Rights (Chez Chiara)
- Academic Minute: Women, Minorities, and the Foreclosure Crisis [Podcast] (Insider Higher Ed)
- There’s A War On Part 1: Trouble’s Been Brewing (Yes Means Yes)
- Why ‘The Hunger Games’ Isn’t ‘Twilight’ (And Why That’s A Good Thing) (Film School Rejects)
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