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Women's movement and challenge of democracy in Morocco : the case of abortion

Created by Foundation's Team 7 days ago

The issue of the right to abortion caused a polemic between the different components of women’s movement ; as it split public opinion into various tendencies. The various reports written by (inter)national institutions in concern of women and...

Mozn Hassan

The Feminist Movement in Egypt is still alive

Created by Mozn Hassan 7 days ago

This dialogue with the Executive Director of Nazra for Feminist Studies, Mozen Hassan, attempts to analyze the reality of the feminist movement in Egypt and to explore its horizons in light of the tightening of the public sphere which hinders women...

Carmen Garraton

Attitudes and values of young students in Algiers and in Kabylie: their perception of women's rights

Created by Carmen Garraton 27 days ago

In Algeria, where Islam is the State religion, coexist several political and religious divergent trends in which the presence of youth is increasingly noticed. However, the weight of traditions seems to play a strongly rooted role, in religious...

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Aspects of feminsim in women's literature and their social problems: A study of two selected texts by Virginia Woolf and Nawal Al-Saadawi

Created by Foundation's Team 34 days ago

This paper deals with the term ‘’feminism’’ in modern studies, its history and the contributions of various western and Arab writers to this trend, notably, Virginia Woolf and Nawal Al Saadawi. The paper specifically focuses...

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Prostitution and Trafficking of Women in Lebanon

Created by Foundation's Team 34 days ago

This article focuses on the subject of trafficking in women for the purpose of sexual exploitation in Lebanon, where the combination of an already delicate economic situation, a large influx of refugees and an extremely complex and deteriorated...

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Gender Inequalities and Food Insecurity: Ten years after the food price crisis, why are women farmers still food-insecure?

Created by Foundation's Team 34 days ago

The global food price crisis of 2007–08 underscored how fragile livelihoods are among the world’s extremely vulnerable people, as it drove 44 million people in developing countries into poverty. In the aftermath of the crisis, in 2009...

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Can Gender-Fair Language Reduce Gender Stereotyping and Discrimination?

Created by Foundation's Team 34 days ago

Gender-fair language (GFL) aims at reducing gender stereotyping and discrimination. Two principle strategies have been employed to make languages gender-fair and to treat women and men symmetrically: neutralization and feminization. Neutralization...

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Enabling women's economic empowerment, new approaches to unpaid care work in developing countries

Created by Foundation's Team 55 days ago

As part of the OECD Policy Dialogue on Women’s Economic Empowerment, this report focuses on identifying what works to address unpaid care work and sheds light on how governments, donors in the private sector and civil society actors –...

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Only one percent of gender equality funding is going to women's organisations - why?

Created by Foundation's Team 56 days ago

This article discusses the financial promises made by the countries of the world during the last two years to support gender equality, and briefly shows how and why only 1% of this money goes to women’s and feminist organizations. The article also...

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Towards a truly feminist and transformative G7

Created by Foundation's Team 56 days ago

The Women (W7) brings together feminist civil society organisations from G7 countries and from all over the world. Its core mission is to ensure that G7 leaders adopt political and financial measures, in 2019 and beyond, which will have a tangible...